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Stories untold, Jewish pioneer women, 1850-1910 : the art of Andrea Kalinowski

Author: Andrea Kalinowski; Aline Chipman Brandauer
Publisher: Sante Fe : Museum of New Mexico Press, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Andrea Kalinowski's Stories Untold weaves together the particular stories of Jewish women's lives in the American West with quilt patterns that stand for women's culture of the period in general. The magic of the work is in its willingness to let the women speak for themselves through their own writings and images. Combining tropes of feminist art from the 1970s together with the technical sophistication and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kalinowski, Andrea.
Stories untold, Jewish pioneer women, 1850-1910.
Sante Fe : Museum of New Mexico Press, ©2002
(OCoLC)743277772
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrea Kalinowski; Aline Chipman Brandauer
ISBN: 0967510643 9780967510644
OCLC Number: 50901351
Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 33 cm
Contents: Introduction: a Jewish homesteader / Sophie Trupin --
Plates with excerpts from the artwork --
Interview with the artist / Aline Chipman Brandauer --
Afterword: crafting memory, piecing history / Elizabeth Jameson.
Other Titles: Art of Andrea Kalinowski
Responsibility: Andrea Kalinowski.

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"Andrea Kalinowski's Stories Untold weaves together the particular stories of Jewish women's lives in the American West with quilt patterns that stand for women's culture of the period in general. The magic of the work is in its willingness to let the women speak for themselves through their own writings and images. Combining tropes of feminist art from the 1970s together with the technical sophistication and awareness of mediating visions from the present day, Kalinowski's project allows us to peer into a past that is just beginning to become visible. Following the lead of artists such as Faith Ringgold, Kalinowski engages the social context of quilts and quiltmaking while exploring new media. We are starting to piece together the multiple histories of the American West and the contributions of these and other Jewish women are part of those quilts of history."--BOOK JACKET.

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