We are an association of tribal arts dealers, auction houses, museums and collectors dedicated to establishing and maintaining the highest standards of ethics, integrity and responsible collecting practices.
To this end, ATADA dealers guarantee authenticity, condition, and title given with every purchase. We encourage the public to educate themselves about the cultures these objects represent and the roles they played, and continue to play, within their cultures.
A complete directory of leading authorities in their respective areas of Tribal Art
An online marketplace of curated items for sale
The ATADA Member Seller's Guarantee - Collect with confidence
Comprehensive calendar of events and exhibitions
Collection or Inventory insurance for ATADA members
2019-2020 Board of Directors
Kim Martindale - President
John Molloy - Vice President
Bob Gallegos - Treasurer
Board Members At Large:
Anna Bono / Ted Trotta
Contacting the Board of Directors
Please send all messages for the Board of Directors relating to ATADA business to the Executive Director. All messages will be directed to the appropriate individual(s) for review and response.
The ATADA Foundation
The ATADA Foundation is a separate, non-profit 501(c)(3) entity dedicated to expanding education on tribal art from around the world. The Foundation participates in projects that advance awareness of the cultural, historical, and aesthetic importance of antique tribal art, and gives grants to institutions ranging from small tribal and community museums to major U.S. museums that collect and exhibit tribal art.