The Tambaran Gallery is one of New York City’s oldest Tribal Art galleries specializing in exceptionally beautiful museum quality pieces. Founded in 1979 by Maureen Zarember, the gallery offers an unrivalled expertise in African, Oceanic and North-West Coast American art to private collectors and museums all over the world. Zarember’s eye for authenticity, condition and aesthetic are well established in the tribal art market where she has been helping clients build collections for over thirty years. With a gallery open to the public, she also welcomes young collectors, first time buyers and students. Objects from the Tambaran 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 Musée de quai Branly.