Galerie Bernard Dulon
The Bernard Dulon Gallery has been devoting most of its activities for over thirty years to the representation of the art of the high periods of tribal societies. Since September 2002, the gallery has been organizing regular exhibitions, accompanied by reference catalogs, in its space on the rue Jacques Callot in Paris.
This new space was first inaugurated by the exhibition Arman l’Africain in 2002, then West Dreams, art of West Africa in 2003, Thila, the art of Lobi statuary in the Ferrari collection in 2004, the Art of Cameroon in 2006 and 2013, Kota Ancestors in 2011 (Paris and New York), Tsogho, the icons of the bwiti in 2016, A Dan Mask and more… in 2018.
A renowned expert, member of the Compagnie Nationale des Experts since 1985 and specialized in ancient art from Africa, Oceania and the Americas, Bernard Dulon has become known to the general public as the curator of exhibitions that were praised by the national and international press, notably for the Château de Tanlay – Lumière Noire, 1997 – or for the Iber Caja Foundation in Saragossa, and Carnets de Voyage in collaboration with the Tervuren Museum in Belgium, for the President Jacques Chirac Museum in 2010.
The gallery also exhibits in New York in collaboration with the Friedman-Vallois gallery and participates in important fairs such as the Parcours des Mondes in Paris and TEFAF in Maastricht and New York.