HAMILL GALLERY of TRIBAL ART
"In age, variety and beauty, art from Africa is second to none.
Africa had traditions of abstract art, performance art, installation art and
conceptual art centuries before the West ever dreamed up the names."
---Holland Cotter, The New York Times....
Graduation at Le Cordon Bleu: CHEF Matt (looking mighty like a brigadier general in full parade dress with all his awards for High Honors, 4.0 GPA and perfect attendance) and his VERY proud mom.
TAKE A SEAT:
In the Second Floor Galleries:
February 2 - March 30, 2013
February 2 - March 30, 2013
In the First Floor Gallery:
Index by Exhibition (Chronological) 1990-2012
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All photos © Hamill GalleryAlphabetical Index: by Tribe, by Object, by Material.
Index by Exhibition (Chronological)
New Additions for frequent visitors.
For our repeat visitors, whom we value, we will try to link all recent additions to the site here on this page so that you don't miss anything.
Measurements: We round up to the next half inch.
For our international clients, used to the Metric System, the following conversion may make our measurements easier to understand:
inch to mm multiply by 25.4 ----inch to cm multiply by 2.54 -----foot to meter multiply by 0.3048
(Et pour nos clients francophones, nous sommes capables de repondre dans votre langue, meme si les accents n'existent pas sur les claviers americains.)
A brief visual visit to The Gallery.
Hamill Gallery of Tribal Art, located in Boston, Massachusetts, is a 7000 sq. ft. exhibition space showing ever changing displays from 160 major peoples, giving a balanced view of subjects, styles and techniques used for centuries in Africa. Works include masks, figures, artifacts, textiles, jewelry, books and posters giving an idea of the visual impact and spiritual power of tribal art. Every three months special exhibitions highlight one tribe or theme.
Traditional peoples represented include the Adan, Aduma, Afikpo, Afo, Agni, Aja, Akan, Arua, Asante, Attie, Bafia, Baga, Bakom, Bakongo, Bakota, Bali, Bamana, Bamileke, Bamun, Bangala, Bangwa, Bantu, Bassa, Bateke, Baule, Bembe, Benalua, Benin, Bidjogo, Boa, Bobo, Boki, Bongo, Boni, Bozo, Buji, Bura, Bwa, Chamba, Chokwe, Dan, Dida, Dinka, Dogon, Ejagham, Eket, Ekoi, Ekonda, Ethiopian, Ewe, Fali, Fang, Fante, Fon, Fulani, Gan, Gogo, Grebo, Guere, Guro, Gurunsi, Hausa, Hehe, Hemba, Holo, Ibibio, Idoma, Ife, Igbo, Ijo, Ishan, Ituri, Jimini, Jukun, Kamba, Katanga, Katsina, Kirdi, Kissi, Koma, Komo, Konso, Koro, Kotoko, Kuba, Kulango, Kurumba, Kusu, Kwele, Lega, Lengola, Lobi, Losso, Luba, Lwalwa, Maasai, Mahongwe, Makonde, Mama, Mambila, Mangbetu, Matacom, Mbaka, Mbandi, Mbete, Mbole, Mbuti Pygmy, Mbete, Mende, Mfunte, Moba, Montol, Mossi, Mumuye, Nafana, Nalu, Namji, Ndacka, Ndebele, Ngata, Nok, Nununa, Nupe, Oron, Pende, Pere, Poto, Punu, Pygmy, Salampasu, Sango, Senufo, Shi, Sokoto, Songye, Suku, Sukuma, Tabwa, Tarumba, Temne, Tikar, Tiv, Toma, Tonga, Toussian, Tsogo, Tuareg, Turkana,Tutsi, Urhobo, Vigango, We, Wurkun, Yaka, Yangere, Yaure, Yombe, Yoruba, Zaramo and Zoromo.
Exhibitions Outside the Gallery
Hamill Gallery of Tribal Art
2164 Washington St.
Boston, MA 02119
Tel: (617) 442-8204
Fax: (617) 442-0403
Thursday - Saturday 12 - 6 PM
and by appointment