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Chimayó weaving: the transformation of a tradition

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Publisher:
University of New Mexico Press,
Pub. Date:
c1999.
Edition:
1st ed.
Language:
English
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This long-awaited study is the first to examine the Rio Grande Hispanic weaving tradition from 1870 to the present. In the past, the story of the weavers of northern New Mexico has often been distorted in popular and scholarly literature by perpetuating romantic lore that has surrounded the craft and by labelling products for the tourist and curio markets as inauthentic and inferior. The book emphasises that the long tradition of Hispanic weaving was born in the interaction among weavers, merchants, and consumers; it explores this trade and how it has changed over time. The authors have examined the historic records of trade in woven goods as well as actual textiles in private and public collections and have interviewed many contemporary weavers. Taken together, these perspectives form a case study of the adaptability of a craft tradition to the modern world. This thorough and beautifully illustrated study is essential reading for anyone interested in the ongoing tradition of weaving in New Mexico and for anyone who weaves or who wants to appreciate and understand the craft more fully.
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9780826319753
9780826319760
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subject_facet Hispanic American arts -- New Mexico -- History, Hispanic American arts -- Rio Grande Valley (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.) -- History, Hispanic Americans -- New Mexico -- Social life and customs, Hispanic Americans -- Rio Grande Valley (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.) -- Social life and customs, New Mexico -- Social life and customs, Rio Grande Valley (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.) -- Social life and customs, Weavers -- New Mexico -- Biography, Weavers -- Rio Grande Valley (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.) -- Biography, Weaving -- New Mexico -- History, Weaving -- Rio Grande Valley (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.) -- History
title_display Chimayó weaving : the transformation of a tradition
title_full Chimayó weaving : the transformation of a tradition / Helen R. Lucero, Suzanne Baizerman
title_short Chimayó weaving :
title_sub the transformation of a tradition
topic_facet Hispanic American arts, Hispanic Americans, History, Social life and customs, Weavers, Weaving