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An exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art explores African textile techniques
Sartirana Textile Show, which will run through Sunday 22 September 2013, includes an interesting special exhibition of tribal bags. With some 130 tribal bags from all rug and textile producing areas the organizer Alberto Boralevi and the attending dealers have really created an impressive exhibition.
mohammed shouman saved to Lakai segusha embroidery
On Saturday, March 19, the de Young Museum presents Bedouin Weaving of Saudi Arabia and its Neighbours. The Textile Arts Council presents Palestine-American artist and teacher Joy Totah Hilden. Saudi Arabia’s steady movement away from traditional tribal nomadism toward modern urbanization has forced changes in the creation and use of its vibrant native textiles. Ms. Hilden will explain the structure and uses of these pieces, demonstrate Bedouin spinning technique and display vivid examples…
Oleksandr Kobrun saved to Вишиванка
Old raffia dance skirt (early to mid-20th cent.) Hand-woven raffia cloth with open work, cowrie shells and raffia balls on the border. Natural dyes. Six panels. (139"l. x 30"w.). Ex. collection of Mary Sue and Paul Peter Rosen.
Starbeck.com AF-346 Kuba Cloth £70 - Stunning woven Kuba cloth from Starbeck.
Yaasmin M. saved to ART
Did you miss Sujata's Facebook post last week? For sale at Esther Fitzgerald Rare Textiles, London Inspired by this early 20th century textile made by the Ewe people of Ghana, Sujata challenges us to reinterpret it as a quilt. I'm in; are you? Ann
Cam Bry saved to COLOR COMBOS
Largest UK Tribal Art Fair brings together many experienced reputable dealers, each a specialist in fine tribal art drawn from all corners of the globe. Every item offered for sale has been chosen for its quality and authenticity.
Annie Coe saved to Mixed Media #5
In my last post I looked at two rare embroidered robes from Liberia or Sierra Leone in the British Museum collection. Today I turn to a th...
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Date: 19th–early 20th century. Geography: Indonesia, Sulawesi. Culture: Toraja. Medium: Cotton. Dimensions: W. 10 1/4 in. × L. 16 ft. (26 × 487.7 cm). C...
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