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House for Josephine Baker

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Handcrafted by local artist


This textile assemblage is inspired by architect Adolf Loos and his unbuilt house designed for Josephine Baker in 1927. It is about: making whole cloth from repurposed garments, no cloth waste, responding to the cloth structure, relationship of cloth to sound and movement, 20th century dance. It is two sided, measures 54 x 48" and is made of repurposed linen garments, cotton remnants, voile and wool. It has been machine pieced and hand stitched. Please reference 23SSC01 if calling the gallery to inquire.

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Bought one of his pieces at the High Museum. I can't stop loving it. This is by far one of the best modern ceramic pieces I have a pleasure of owning. Can't wait to see what he will come up with next. Thank you.

Mike G.

One of the best galleries in Atlanta! Been around since the 80's.