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Changeability for Survival: Sanford Biggers’s Codeswitch

Interview with the artist by David Ebony Sanford Biggers is a multifaceted, multi-talented artist with a singular, global vision. A major touring museum solo of works by the Los Angeles-born (1970), New York-based artist, Codeswitch features some sixty large-scale “quilt paintings,” as well as a number of relief constructions, and videos. Scheduled to

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Art on Its Own Terms: Author Amelia Peck on Gee’s Bend Quilts in My Soul Has Grown Deep

Rachel High– Recently published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and distributed by Yale University Press, My Soul Has Grown Deep: Black Art from the American South accompanies the exhibition History Refused to Die: Highlights from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, on view at The Met Fifth Avenue through September

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A Sneak Peek at Colonial Williamsburg’s Quilts

We’re thrilled to announce a forthcoming collaboration with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. This October, they will publish, and we will distribute, a monumental and eye-poppingly gorgeous book on quilts.  By Linda Baumgarten and Kimberly Smith Ivey, and with a foreword by Ronald Hurst, Four Centuries of Quilts: The Colonial Williamsburg

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