Galerie Bernard Dulon
For over thirty years Gallery Bernard Dulon focused on the representation of the art of ancient tribal societies. A member of the Compagnie Nationale des Experts since 1985, Bernard Dulon made himself known as commissioner for famous exhibitions such as Lumière Noire (1997), Château de Tanlay, Objetos-Signos de Africa with the Iber Caja foundation in Saragosse (2000), Carnets de Voyage in cooperation with the MRAC of Tervuren for Musée du Président Jacques Chirac (2010).
In 2002 the gallery inaugurated its new premises in Paris with a selection of the sculptor Arman collection of african art, and since then regularly presented high quality exhibitions such as West Dreams (2003), Thila (2004), Art of Cameroon (2006 & 2013), Kota Ancestors (2011), Tsogho, bwiti icons (2016), A Dan Mask (2018). The Gallery also organizes exhibitions in New York with Friedman Vallois Gallery, and participates in important international art fairs.