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Xuezhi Liu in her studio

Xuezhi Liu: Paperclay

Xuezhi Liu is a Chinese ceramic artist who, after graduating from Central Saint Martins-University of Arts in London, returned to China and settled in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, where she studied...

Xuezhi Liu: Paperclay

Xuezhi Liu is a Chinese ceramic artist who, after graduating from Central Saint Martins-University of Arts in London, returned to China and settled in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, where she studied...

Pulicat workshop, fragment of a wall hanging depicting forest-dwelling people, c. 1610-1620 Brooklyn Museum (14.719.6) Photo Brooklyn Museum

Viewing the World from South India on a Sevente...

The Brooklyn Museum in New York preserves a remarkable set of seven cotton textiles constituting a single monumental work of art, painted in vibrant colours with images of courtly audiences...

Viewing the World from South India on a Sevente...

The Brooklyn Museum in New York preserves a remarkable set of seven cotton textiles constituting a single monumental work of art, painted in vibrant colours with images of courtly audiences...

Mashitolo mwata Zola, Sculpture of the “Wise Man,” 1943 Collection MRAC Tervuren (EO.1948.20.221)

Mashitolo mwata Zola and the sculpture of the "...

Carved in wood, the sculpture of the so-called “Wise Man of the Nativity Scene” depicts a male figure kneeling in the act of offering a small box and wearing  a...

Mashitolo mwata Zola and the sculpture of the "...

Carved in wood, the sculpture of the so-called “Wise Man of the Nativity Scene” depicts a male figure kneeling in the act of offering a small box and wearing  a...

Textiles Selfportrait - 1 series  © Photo Maud Betton  Editing by Orama Nigou

A Coffee With Orama Nigou

I met Polynesian artist and designer Orama Nigou while researching an object recently identified as a possible fragment of the so-called Wallis maro ‘ura. Maro ‘ura are sacred belts made...

A Coffee With Orama Nigou

I met Polynesian artist and designer Orama Nigou while researching an object recently identified as a possible fragment of the so-called Wallis maro ‘ura. Maro ‘ura are sacred belts made...

Celia Vasquez Yui, The Council of the Mother Spirits of the Animals, 2022 (installation view) Courtesy of the artist, The Shipibo Conibo Center, and Salon 94 © Photo Elisabeth Bernstein

The Shipibo Conibo Center: Art as Medicine for ...

Based in Harlem, New York, the Shipibo Conibo Center (SCC) is a unique organization that serves as intermediator between the Shipibo Conibo people, an Indigenous group based in the Peruvian...

The Shipibo Conibo Center: Art as Medicine for ...

Based in Harlem, New York, the Shipibo Conibo Center (SCC) is a unique organization that serves as intermediator between the Shipibo Conibo people, an Indigenous group based in the Peruvian...