AOA New York 2012 Tribal Art Fair attracts world’s leading specialists


NEW YORK, NY.- From May 10 to May 13 more than a dozen of the world’s leading dealers in antique tribal art from Africa, Oceania and the Americas will jointly show their most interesting acquisitions at the second annual 2012 AOA New York Africa Oceania Americas Tribal Art Fair at the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion at Fifth Avenue and 79th Street and at nearby galleries. Tambaran gallery founder Maureen Zarember, who organized the first AOA New York Tribal Art Fair last year after Caskey Lees shuttered its show, says, “We had such important collectors visit and buy last year that there was no question New York was ready to host a world-class event featuring dealers of the highest caliber and reputation.” Zarember points out that, “Many visitors told me that the caliber of the dealers in this fair was unmatched both in quality and expertise. In fact, in our inaugural year AOA New York created a level of excitement