Joe Loux has over twenty years experience dealing in jewelry, objects and textiles from tribal cultures across the world.
Joe began his career collecting jewelry in North Africa. As his travels broadened, his interests and expertise expanded to encompass textiles and sculpture.
Today, Joe’s focus has shifted from buying in the field to buying from private collections. He exhibits at prestigious art fairs across America, and participates in Parcours des Mondes in Paris. He is a member of ATADA (American Tribal Art Dealer’s Association) and was formerly on the board of directors. He has previously served as the president of San Francisco Tribal for two years.
Joe works with his wife, Katie Loux who was formerly Deputy Editor of HALI magazine, the leading international publication on antique textiles and Islamic art. Katie continues to work for HALI and Cover Magazines as a freelance writer.