BACK COVER

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The back cover is the back side of the cover of a book, i.e. its back. Unlike what you might think, the back cover is a very important part of the book because it contains the elements needed to understand if the book will interest us . It’s the first thing we do: if we get hit we go to the title page, otherwise we move to another book!

In this section I will make a quick presentation of some well-known textile artists, each with its own website or blog that you can access to deepen their knowledge.

I will try to identify for each one a peculiarity that characterizes them and makes us recognize them at a glance: for some the key identification will be the subjects treated, for others the technique chosen or the materials . I’ ll be few nods to intrigue you to go beyond …. my back cover virtual!

The Sisters Brothers

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The carpet as a cultural metaphor: interview with Faig Ahmed

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Diana Weymar: when embroidery provides catharsis – “desperate times, creative measures”

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“I make what I want to leave in this world”: textile art of Carolyn Nelson

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New England Quilt Museum, Folk Festival

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What if textiles: the art of Gerhardt Knodel

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A journey through real and imaginary cities in the artworks of Eszter Bornemisza

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Louise Bourgeois THE FABRIC WORKS

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KANTHA

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Miniartextil 2019: Pop Up

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