The following publications were used as references in the creation of the African Art Museum

Abbate, Francesco. African Art and Oceanic Art.  London, Octopus Books, 1972.

Africa. The Art of a Continent. Munich, London, New York,Prestel, 1999.

African Faces, African Figures. The Arman Collection.  N. Y., Museum of African Art, 1997.

Bacquart, Jean-Baptiste.The Tribal Arts of Africa.   N.Y., Thames and Hudson, 1998.

Bargna, Ivan. African Art.  Milano, Jaka Book,2000.

Bassani, Ezio; Bockemuhl, Michael and McNaughton, Patrick. The Power of Form. Skira, 2002.

Blier, Suzanne Preston. The Royal Arts of Africa. The Majesty of Form.  N. Y., Harry N. Abrams, 1998.

Cornet, Joseph.  ASurvey of Zairian Art. The Bronson Collection. Raleigh, North Carolina, NorthCarolina Museum of Art, 1978.

Dagan, Esther A. African Dolls for Play and Magic. Montreal, Canada, Galerie Amrad African Arts, 1990.

Gillon, Werner. A Short History of African Art.  Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England, PenguinBooks, 1991.

Hahner-Herzog, Iris, Kecskesi, Maria and Vajda, Laslo.African Masks. From the Barbier-Mueller Collection, Geneva.  Munich, N.Y., Prestel, 1998.

Kerchache,Jacques, Paudrat, Jean-Louis and Stephan, Lucien. Art of Africa. N. Y.,Harry N. Abrams, 1993.

Laude, Jean.  TheArts of Black Africa.  Berkley, LosAngeles, London,  University ofCalifornia Press, 1973.

Leuzinger, Elsy. Africa. The Art of the Negro Peoples. N. Y., McGraw-Hill Book, 1960.

McIntyre, L. Lee and Christopher D. Roy. "Art in Africa Online" 1998: The Art and Life in Africa Project,

Meyer, Laure. African Forms. Art and Rituals. N. Y., Assouline, 2001

Meyer, Laure. Art and Craft in Africa. Everyday Life,Ritual, Court Art.  Paris, Terrail,1995.

Meyer, Laure. Black Africa. Masks. Sculpture. Jewelry.  Paris, Pierre Terrail,  1992.

Museum of African Art. Washington, D.C. The de HavenonCollection.  Washington, D.C., Museum ofAfrican Art, 1971.

Nooter, Mary H. Secrecy. African Art that Conceals and Reveals. N. Y.,  The Museum for African Art , 1993.

Perani, Judith & Smith, Fred T. The Visual Arts of Africa.  Upper Saddle River, New Jersey,  Prentice-Hall,   1998.

Sasser, Elizabeth Skidmore. The World of Spirits and Ancestors in the Art of Western Sub-Saharan Africa.  Lubbock, Texas,  Texas Tech University Press, 1995

Segy, Ladislas. African Sculpture speaks.  N. Y., Da Capo Press, 1975.

Segy, Ladislas. Masks of Black Africa.  N.Y., Dover Publications, Inc.,  1976.

Sieber, Roy and Walker, Roslyn Adele. African Art in theCycle of Life.  Washington, D.C. andLondon, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1988.

Thompson, Robert Farris. African Art in Motion. Icon and Act. Berkley and Los Angeles, CA, University of California,  1979.

Visona, Monica & others. Art in Africa.  N. Y., Harry N. Abrams, 2001.

Wassing, Rene S. African Art. Its Background and Traditions.  Leon Amiel,  1968.

Willett, Frank. African Art. An Introduction.  N.Y., Thames and Hudson, 1993.

Vogel, Susan M. Baule. African Art. Western Eyes. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1997.

Fagg, William. Yoruba. Sculpture of West Africa.  N. Y., Alfred A. Knopf, 1982.

Obras Maestrasdel Africa Central.  El MuseoTervuren, Munich, N.Y., Londres, Prestel, 1999.