Always there: the African-American presence in American quilts
Kentucky Quilt Project, 1992 - Art - 132 pages
Thoughtfully written by curator Cuesta Benberry as catalogue for The Kentucky Quilt Project's installation of 1992 exhibition by the same title. Features 35 quilts in full color. Forewords by Jonathan Holstein & Shelly Zegart. Text discusses the historical context of African-American quiltmaking in the mainstream of American quilting & reviews some of the current artists' use of quilts as their point of reference. Published by The Kentucky Quilt Project, Inc., P.O. Box 6251, Louisville, Kentucky 40206-0251.
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