Tribal Art London is a recreation of Tribal Perspectives which started in 2007. It began in a single gallery space off Portobello Road, Notting Hill, West London and then expanded and moved to Cork Street the centre of the upmarket gallery district of Mayfair. The initial success of the exhibition led to its steady expansion with each year prominent dealers joining, resulting in the attendance and awareness of the event increasing significantly. In 2014 it was needed to expand the event further but this time rebrand and move the show to the prestigious modern gallery spaces at the Mall Galleries. Set out over three galleries in one, the move to the Mall Galleries is a exciting develop for the future of Tribal Art London and tribal art in the UK.
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