ATADA sets the ethical standards for the trade in antique tribal arts and as a group, we maintain authenticity as the top priority. ATADA honors the artistic legacy of indigenous people.
The ATADA Member Directory collectively represents the most knowledgeable and experienced professionals focused on American Indian and World Tribal art and antiques. Every member advocates the highest standards of connoisseurship and integrity in the trade.
ATADA provides education for the public regarding awareness of the cultural, historical, and aesthetic importance of indigenous art traditions and also shares the fundamental legal information needed to navigate the maze of federal laws affecting the trade.

– September 2016 –
The All New ATADA Website and Dealer Directory
will be coming to a browser near you!
– Stay tuned for more details –


Legal Issues – New Content!

Learn about ATADA’s position on the proposed STOP Act and how you can contact your legislators regarding this issue.

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About Us

Founded in 1988, ATADA is the premier arts organization that promotes ethical collecting practices for antique tribal art.

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Member Directory

Search through ATADA’s directory of members to find an art professional that can take your art collection to the next level.

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Learn about joining ATADA and discover the benefits of being a full member or associate.

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Current News

Follow the ATADA blog and read about the important issues facing the antique tribal arts market.

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Photo Credits: Silver Plume Gallery, Loux Gallery, Andres Moraga, and John Molloy Gallery.