Among the works on offer at Tribal Art London’s online exhibition is this Sioux pipe bag from the last quarter of the 19th century. Made with buckskin and decorated with porcupine quill and imported European glass, it is available from Kenn Mackay for £1250.

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Art & Antiques for Everyone Online Showcase, until August 31 – in place of the summer edition of triennial fair at Birmingham’s NEC, 80 dealers show a sample of their stock, including antiques, vintage and collectable objects.

Kensington Church Street Art & Antique Dealers Association Virtual Summer Showcase, until end of August – dealers host a series of linked exhibitions under the theme Fit for Royalty.

London Art Week Digital, throughout August (continuing until around October) – web pages for individual dealers featuring stock highlights will remain live following the early July event. Some exhibitions staged by participating dealers are available to visit online or in person by appointment.

Merging Cultures: The Impact of trade and travel on tribal art, until August 29 – first virtual exhibition held by the Tribal Art London fair, which would have run in September but has been postponed by a year. A virtual version of the fair complete with stand designs is available on the website with a range of objects on offer from participating dealers.

Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association (PBFA) Online Book Fairs – all physical PBFA events have been cancelled until September, so fairs have gone online. Participants post fresh stock which is revealed at noon on fair day. Check the website for forthcoming dates.