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Deep inside the sacred heart of Africa's jungles. Huge long hardwoods are used to produce African Art that hold energy and showcase the power of the objects birthed. Adventurers have travelled across the globe risking life and limb in their desire to observe and experience the thrill of watching carvers with supernatural skills hot with passion sweat dripping from their faces create Masterpieces. 

Observers now mesmerized forever touched, moved, and inspired by African Art. Develop A deep appreciation for the master carvers artistic expression, mystic skill, and spiritual connection. The perception of African Art elevates from just craft artifacts to Fine Art.

One statue standing erect about 3ft tall and 1ft wide can cost more than a million dollar luxury home. African Art is so visually and emotionally stimulating it can awaken and stir up your feelings with unmatched intensity while penetrating your core. The beauty and power of African Art is a natural aphrodisiac that arouses the sartorial senses. Now, you to can experience the pleasure and love of African Art.


Helena Rubinstein was a 20th century cosmetics entrepreneur who was an avid collector of African Art. As a wildly successful early feminist, she had a remarkable life and spectacular art collection. She empowered the modern woman to define herself through her choices in taste and decor.

Iconic style setter Peggy Guggenheim collected African Art. Her tribal collection is currently on exhibit at the Peggy Guggenheim museum in Venice, Italy. Her Exhibition started October 6, 2021


Nelson A. Rockefeller who served as the 41st vice president of the United States from December 1974 to January 1977 was a force and major admirer of African Art. Founded by Nelson A. Rockefeller (1908–1979) in 1954, the Museum of Primitive Art (MPA) was the first museum in the United States dedicated to art from Africa, Oceania, and the Americas—it housed over 3,000 objects from the Rockefeller collection. In his own words, Nelson A. Rockefeller, 

President and Founder of the MPA said that he was “irresistibly drawn to [African, Oceanic, and pre-Columbian artworks] by their directness, their vitality and their strong sense of style.The small collection inevitably grew larger. It seemed to me that here were sculptures that had something to say to our own time, whose inner strength and expressiveness had an affinity with the best of twentieth-century art.

Here were works of art that should be known to a larger public. The private collection therefore became the founding( nucleus of The Museum of Primitive Art… At the time of its opening, I formulated the Museum’s purpose in these words: ‘To integrate primitive art into what is already known of the arts of man, to select objects of outstanding beauty and to exhibit them so that they may be enjoyed in the fullest measure."

I was a little fearful at first I'm a single woman and had never made a major purchase of an African Artifact. The Chokwe mask is a beautiful addition to my office. I get so many compliments. Thank You! April 2020 / Prairie Village, KS

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I'm from California and recently moved to Kansas. African Art is one of my passions since I moved here finding it has been difficult to say the least. I stumbled across your website and have been elated every since I found your site. I recently purchased my first statue from you and couldn't be happier. April 2020 / Leawood, KS 

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Since I first went to Africa on a mission trip. I became fond of the sculptured carvings. Buying the Punu Mask from you was a real thrill. It hangs in the family room with my mask collection. I truly appreciate your patience. March 2019 / Overland Park, KS

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We met at the Hilliard Gallery in Dec 2019 when you had your Collection on display during First Friday in the Crossroads. I appreciated how you answered all my questions and shared information. I purchased a mask based on your recommendation. To my surprise the mask fits really well with my contemporary furnishings. Thank You for your valuable insight. December 2019 / Mission Hills, KS

"In age, variety, and beauty African Art is second to none. Africa had traditions of abstract art, performance art, installation art, and conceptual art centuries before the west dreamed up the names."

---Holland Cotter, The New York Times

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Affricana Art curators have been engaged in collecting, buying, selling, and trading fine African Art for over 10 years. Our relationships with Collectors, Curators, Galleries, Museums, and Traders allow us to bring you hard to find artifacts. 

We have a limited supply of unique One-Of-A-Kind authentic African Art. Hurry! Order online now to receive your perfect art quickly.

For your convenience we offer Fast Free Delivery. Art purchased by 2:00 Central Standard Time is shipped out the same day. You'll safely receive your art worry-free no long waits. 

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Located in the heart of Kansas City in the East Brookside area. We're conveniently located on 63rd street. Enjoy easy access to us no matter which direction you're coming from.


1734 E. 63rd St. Ste. 314 Kansas City, Missouri. 64110

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