Diné fiber artist and sixth-generation weaver Tyrrell Tapaha expands lived experience and ideas about the future.
Zefren-M and Morris Muskett find self-expression through contemporary weaving.
Doerte Weber’s weavings reproduce the ubiquitous charts and graphics related to infection rates, deaths, and unemployment.
Adams’s weavings are the kind that demand to be stood directly in front of, for you to hunker down on your knees, or crane your neck at all angles.
While they may appear at odds, the design of computing machines and weaving technology are closely entwined.
A small group of fine artists are bringing renewed attention to the practice of weaving by incorporating it into their artworks.
Maya women in Guatemala continue to practice forms of backstrap weaving that have thrived in Central America for centuries, even adapting them to more contemporary uses like handbags.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — War and conflict have long had a role in the production of art.
Among the sleek catalogues at the entrance to the Clifton Benevento Gallery sits a tattered hardcover, its paper jacket ripped to reveal the plain binding. This is artist Polly Apfelbaum’s copy of A Handweaver’s Pattern Book.