os·mo·sis n. pl. the gradual often unconscious process of assimilation and absorption
Ozmosis Art selects design pieces from traditional sources to enrich contemporary urban environments. Being the custodian of one of these pieces can connect us to our past and the very roots of our existence. Ozmosis Art is guided by four principles in selecting pieces
the aesthetic the authentic the unusual the investment
Preview or Purchase film Ozmosis Art curators have been travelling, collecting, documenting and dealing in antiques and tribal art since 1980. Trips have included Kalimantan, Bali, Java, Kenya, Malawi, Rajasthan, Papua New Guinea and the Western Desert of Australia.
In 1990 the film MARKET OF DREAMS documented the debate on whether traditional and tribal art should be considered art.
The film directed by KATE KENNEDY WHITE won the Gold Medal at the New York Television Festival and was a finalist at the Margaret Mead Festival in New York.
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