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Weaving as Metaphor by Sheila Hicks

Item #: SHHI101
Published: Yale University Press 2006
Language: English
Hard Cover
Color / B&W
ISBN#: 978-0300116854
415 pages, 8.25x6x2.4 inches
Edition: First Edition
Condition: As New.
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This intriguing catalogue was first published in conjunction with the exhibition in NY. It examines the small woven and wrought works Sheila Hicks, an American fiber artist, has produced for the past fifty years. The pages have been cut in such an irregular, textured way that the sides of the book feel like a woven piece themselves. The designer of this book Irma Boom, won the gold medal for “Most Beautiful Book in the World” prize at the Leipzig Book Fair for this book.

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