Held at the Mall Galleries in London, the fair runs from September 15-18 and features works ranging in price from the low three figures to more than £20,000.
This edition of the fair - the 15th - is the first to run in person post-Brexit, but plenty of overseas exhibitors will attend.
Galerie Lemaire, specialist in the art of New Guinea, Oceania and Indonesia, and Louis Nierijnck with works from Africa, the Himalayas and south-east Asia, come from the Netherlands. Rob Temple of Belgium offers artefacts from Africa and Oceania. Focusing on African works with a modernist aesthetic is Mark Eglington of the USA.
UK participants include Ian Shaw bringing textiles and other African works of art, Kenn MacKay focusing on American Indian art and Cordelia Donahoe featuring tribal jewellery. New to the fair this year are Chris Sheffield, Stothert & Trice, Exquisite African Art and Kensu Oteng, all from the UK.
A tour of the fair led by Ronnie Archer-Morgan - known to many from his appearances on Antiques Roadshow - will take place during the fair. More information will follow online.