Tribal Art magazine is a quarterly publication dedicated exclusively to the arts and culture of the traditional peoples of Africa, Oceania, Asia and the Americas, available in French or English language editions.
Originally launched in 1994, Tribal Art magazine has now produced more than 90 issues, each consisting of around 165 richly illustrated pages which represent an unparalleled contribution to the knowledge of so-called “tribal arts”. Authored by a wide variety of international specialists, reference articles, exhibition reviews, interviews with major players in the world of art, history of objects and collections and news about the current tribal art market, make for exciting and vibrant issues, each rich in images of some of the best examples of material culture produced by traditional peoples around the globe.
Since 2010, a series of special issues was added to the regular cycle of magazines. These publications, all created around important exhibitions have been conceived in direct collaboration with the museums involved, including the Royal Museum for Central Africa – Tervuren (2018), the Barbier-Mueller Museum -Geneva (2017), the MEG – Geneva (2016), the Pulitzer Arts Foundation- Saint Louis (2015), the musée du quai Branly- Jacques Chirac – Paris (2013) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art – New York (2012).