Galleries from Belgium, the United States, Great Britain, Australia, Canada, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and other parts of France will join their Parisian counterparts who maintain a permanent presence in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood. This exceptional gathering of experts and artworks takes place at multiple venues, the participants being located in galleries each at most a short stroll from the others. Visitors to the show experience an unparalleled selection of art offerings as they walk the charming and picturesque streets of this historic neighborhood, which has become the world capital for tribal art. Each gallery offers an individualized and intimate presentation of often-unknown masterpieces from Africa, Oceania, the Americas, Asia and Ancient Art. These range from easily affordable ethnographic works to rare and coveted artworks much sought after by collectors. The fair’s success hinges on a combination of complementary elements: the healthy state of the tribal art market, an ever increasing interest in the arts it represents, the efforts made by dealers to produce high-quality thematic exhibitions, and those made by the fair’s vigilant management to ensure that the highest standards are upheld.