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Museum-quality contemporary, African, Oceanic, and Northwest Coast art.

Alternate Text 5 East 82nd Street
New York , New York 10028
United States

phone (212) 570-0655



Buffalo Skulls Hat


Wahumpi (Soup) Hat

Mark Levin

'Marylin Monroe' Table

Bloom red, 2019

Eskimo Deer Or Wolverine Mask

ESKIMO MASK depicting a wolf or a bear’s head

Haida Wooden Feast Dish

Shaman Raven Rattle

Tlingit Shaman Figure Of A Bound Witch

Maori Feather Box

Dogon Standing Maternity Figure With a Baby on Her Back

Bloom 230109


Founded in 1979 by Maureen Zarember, Tambaran offers exceptionally beautiful pieces in African, Oceanic, and North West Coast American art to private collectors and museums all over the world.

Tambaran’s objects have been exhibited and sold to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Linden Museum in Stuttgart Germany, the Royal Academy of Arts London, the Royal Academy of Arts Berlin, the Museum of African Art, Smith College Museum of Art, the Heye Foundation of Art, the Minjie Museum in California, the Detroit Institute Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Neuberger Museum of Art, the National Gallery in Canberra Australia, the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art and Le Museé du quai Branly.

A number of major collections and auction houses have chosen Tambaran as a venue for their masterworks. Examples include the French collection of Hubert Goldet, the Geiger Collection of Pre-Columbian Art, and the Pierre & Claude Verité collection.