Los Angeles: UCLA, 1979. Softcover. Color-illus. card wraps with white lettering on spine. 126 pp. with 129 bw figures and 9 color plates. Article about the exhibition (from the Philadelphia Inquirer) laid in. VG- clean, tight contents but art museum ex-lib. copy with usual marks. Covers heavily rubbed but solid. Signature of former Philadelphia Museum of Art lecturer/Asian art specialist (and book donor) inside front cover. Item #158118
Catalogue from the exhibition held October to December 1979 at the Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, UCLA (and September 5—October 19, 1980 in the William Pepper Hall of the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania). This exhibition of folk art assembled by the Museum of Cultural History, University of California at Los Angeles, and circulated by the International Exhibitions Foundation, surveys marriage customs in Kutch, an isolated and rather desolate section of northwestern India near the Pakistan border. It includes textiles, embroideries, brass and copper household articles, and jewelry, all of which constitute a bride’s dowry. There are also panels of photographs showing the area and the people.
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