Ancient arts of North America, Oceania and Africa

The Galerie Flak is located 8 Rue des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 6th arrondissement, near St Germain des Prés, France. It was founded in 1990 by Edith and Roland Flak. The Galerie Flak specializes in Ancient Tribal Arts from Africa, Oceania & North America. Julien Flak is a certified expert in ancient arts of North America and Oceania and a member of CECOA (the European Chamber of Expert-Advisors in Fine Art) and a member of SNA (the French Association of Antique dealers- Syndicat National des Antiquaires). International collaborations with Museums: – Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, Paris – Musée des Confluences, Lyon – Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York – Rietberg Museum, Zurich – Tahiti, Taïwan, Jérusalem Museums, etc… Art Fairs: – La Biennale, Paris – Parcours des Mondes, Paris – Paris Tribal, Paris – PAD Art + Design, Paris – Bourgogne Tribal Show, Cluny – AOA / MATA Fair, New York. Exhibition / Publications: La Biennale Paris, 2021 Ferocious Poetry, Ancient arts of New Ireland, 2019 Voyages, in the wake of Captain Cook, 2019 AfriCubism, 2018 New Beginnings, 2017 Archaic Eskimo, 2016 The American Dream, Parcours des Mondes, 2015 First Nations, Native American Art, 2014 Skulls, 2013 Katsinam, Hopi & Zuni Kachina dolls, 2013 Nigeria Masters of Movement, 2012 Polynesia, 2011 Face to Face Ritual Art / Industrial Objects, 2011 Papua New Guinea, 2009 Totems & Shamans of Alaska and the Northwest Coast, 2008 Mossi Fertility Dolls (a not-for-profit-exhibition), 2008 Ibeji: The Yoruba worship of the twins, 2001

selected works


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