BRUssels Non European Art Fair is an event that occurs twice a year, in January and June, dedicated to old and selected tribal arts.
Created in 1983, BRUNEAF (Brussels Non European Art Fair) was born out of the ambition of a small group of primitive art dealers in the Sablon district, on the occasion of the opening of the Amber Gallery, to meet to create the first "open doors on non-European art" and to promote their treasures. As early as 1991, the first catalogue was published, and five years later, the event took on new importance as foreign, French, Dutch, Spanish and American gallery owners were invited to join the Brussels merchants.
The material culture of many societies is represented, offering a wide choice of works from Africa, Oceania, Asia, as well as pre-Columbian and Australian indigenous art. The objects fall into various categories, including contemporary art, Central American art, Africanism, archaeology, South African art and textiles and weapons. This event will discover and acquire a variety of sculptures, masks, fetishes, jewellery and coins.