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The west African piece bears green highlighting and is offered by Handbury Tribal Art for €425.

The fifth edition of the digital fair runs from April 25-29, hosting 13 international galleries showing around 50 recent acquisitions each. Up to 10 new items can be uploaded by each dealer as their stock sells. Among those participating are firms from the Netherlands, UK, Spain, Germany and Belgium. Bryan Reeves, Xquisart and organisers Galerie Lemaire are among the exhibitors.

Alongside the works of art available there is a lecture programme including Michael Martin speaking on his new book about the Seaman Collection of New Guinea Art, Chris Buckley covering the art of the Dani and David Malik lecturing about masquerades in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

A physical edition of Tribal Art Fair runs as usual in Amsterdam in late October.