About ArtConcern

Director: drs Poekelien Lingbeek
Art historian, University of Leiden (NL) and NIKI Florence (IT)
Registered Valuer(appraiser) and Broker in Art and Antiques; with many years of experience. Please visit our website for more information concerning valuations.
Member of the Dutch Federation TMV Chamber of Commerce 33 270 618.
For the 13th time we will participate in The Tribal Art Fair 2020, Amsterdam, 29,30,31 October, 1 November 2020

More information about the online fair will be placed on this site in mid-october 

Please note that due to the Corona protocol we are only open by appointment.
Recently the RVO ( released a new factsheet containing the quidelines for an Ivory certificate/statement. According to the guidelines of the RVO fact sheet March 2020, we issue ivory statements.

A part of the revenues will be donated to a foundation for the protecting of Elephants. More details will follow.
Valuer in ~Cash op Zolder ~produced by the AVROTROS. The succesfull TV program of 6 series 2010 - 2015 on NPO/Net 2. Valuer ~Van Onschatbare waarde 2016/2017 and Valuer Kitch of Kassa 2015
For more information about Cash in the (Dutch) attic

Specialised in Works of Art from Africa, China and Oceania. In 1995 Poekelien Lingbeek started her Gallery Artconcern in the centre of Amsterdam and continued this untill today.
Before she started her own company she worked for the artdealer Jack Vecht - one of the founders of the TEFAF in Maastricht - and in several auction houses in Amsterdam.
In the years managing Kunstzalen A.Vecht she had the privilege to work with art dealers from all over the world while participating in many international fairs abroad.

Every year we plan to organise special exhibitions during the fair. In recent years we showed a collection of African flutes, amulet masks, Ere Ibeji african twin statues, Colon figures, a variety of Diola(Casamance) Senegal pieces and a collection of bronze African currency & bracelets.
Some are accompanied by introductory publication. 

All pieces for sale are quaranteed authentic.

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