Textiles, Rugs, Fabrics

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SOVIET TEXTILES: DESIGNING THE MODERN UTOPIA (FIRST)

Between 1927 and 1933, as the new Soviet Union emerged and the Communist party struggled to transform an agrarian country into an industrialized state, a group of young artists pitched in by designing fabrics depicting tractors, smokestacks and symbols of collective modernity, cloth with which to mold its buyers into ideal Soviet citizens.
August 1, 2006 | Paperback | MFA Publications | 93 Pages |
$24.95

PATTERNS: INSIDE THE DESIGN LIBRARY

Written by Koepke, Peter
An insider's guide to the world's largest archive of patterns and textiles, the source of inspiration for the globe's top designers
October 3, 2016 | HC-OOP | Phaidon Press |
$79.95

SHEILA HICKS: LIFELINES

A beloved maverick of American art, Hicks has been working at the intersection of art, craft and architecture for more than 50 years
February 27, 2018 | Hardcover | Centre Pompidou | 168 Pages |
$49.95

TEXTILES OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND CENTRAL ASIA: THE FABRIC OF LIFE

Written by Suleman, Fahmida
A beautifully illustrated exploration of the textile traditions of a culturally diverse region, from the late eighteenth century to the present day, featuring works from the extraordinary textile collection at the British Museum
November 28, 2017 | Hardcover | Thames & Hudson | 240 Pages |
$40.00

TRIBAL TEXTILES OF SOUTHWEST CHINA: THREAD SONGS FROM MISTY LAND; THE PHILIPPE FATIN COLLECTION

-Lavishly illustrated with over 320 color illustrations -Photographs of weaving methods, traditional dying methods and ceremonies -One of the world's great textile collections -Written by acclaimed writer Catherine Bourzat whose previous works includes books on India and Sri Lanka Philippe Fatin is a traveler, photographer and collector who has established a world-class collection of tribal textil
April 1, 2017 | Hardcover |
$60.00
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SOME KIND OF DUTY

Written by Widholm, Julie Rodrigues
Some Kind of Duty features all new handmade weavings by Chicago-based artist Karolina Gnatowski, known as kg. In monumental and small-scale tapestries, kg, anAmerican artist who was born in Poland incorporates references ranging from Polish immigration, badminton, Jim Morrison, and feminist fiber artists to addiction, mourning, and their pet.
June 15, 2019 | Paperback | Dapaul Art Museum | 100 Pages |
$40.00

DU GENIE DE LA FABRIQUE AU GENIE 2.0

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Hardcover |
$90.95

TEXTILE NATURE: TEXTILE TECHNIQUES AND INSPIRATION FROM THE NATURAL WORLD

Written by Kelly, Anne
Create original textiles inspired by plants, flowers, gardens, and birds. This gorgeous guide demonstrates how to draw directly from nature, use sketchbooks and mood boards to explore the environment, and make small pieces (such as folding books) based on observational drawing and stitch.
September 6, 2016 | Hardcover | Batsford | 128 Pages |
$29.95
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SONGKET: THE HARMS COLLECTION

Written by Harms, Haio
Textiles are "talking testimonies" of mythology, identity, prosperity, and way of life. Settlers, traders, and conquerors came to Indonesia from all over the world, bringing with them a variety of ethnicities, languages, religions, and cultures. The Harms collection of songkets--Indonesian hand-woven, intricately-patterned brocade of silk or cotton--have many stories to tell.
March 1, 2019 | Hardcover | Verlag Anton Pustet | 264 Pages |
$35.99

HIDDEN TREASURES, QUILTS FROM 1600 TO 1860: RARELY SEEN PRE-CIVIL WAR TEXTILES FROM THE POOS COLLECTION

Turn back time with color photos and insightful essays about America's quilting past! Admire one hundred antique quilts and textiles you've never seen before, curated from the remarkable Poos Collection. See elaborate hand piecing and appliqué, signature quilts, wholecloth beauties, and an extraordinary war cover quilt that's the only known example from America.
July 1, 2019 | Paperback |
$39.95

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