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Textiles from Borneo - Iban, Kantu, Ketungau and Mualang (N° 19958)

Tribal art and textiles in Southeast Asia
. Ceremonial textiles play a central role in many Southeast Asian cultures, where weaving is the primary form of creative and artistic activity, especially among the Iban and their neighbors, the Kantu, Ketungau, and Mualang. This book presents an unparalleled selection of these fabrics, collected by Heribert Amann during more than thirty years of travel and research. Richly illustrated, it features examples of most types of textiles, revealing impressive sophistication, a wide variety of techniques and incredible creativity. Photographs by renowned German photographer Hedda Morrison illustrate the context and significance of these superb fabrics.

Edited by Heribert Amann Editions : Five Continents
Condition : LIKE NEW
Language : English
Number of pages : 224
Dimensions : 245 x 327 mm
Bound in dust jacket
. ISBN : 978-88-7439-651-1
 


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OriginComme neuf
Weight1.98 Kg

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