- Dimensions: 9.75" wide x 11.25" tall x 1.3" thick
- Unconventional & Unexpected: American Quilts Below the Radar, 1950-2000 is a groundbreaking celebration of twentieth century quilting that picks up where most other quilt histories leave off.
Virtually every page of this hardback volume features vivid imagery of quilts that defy the traditional designs, reading more like pieces of modern art.
- Renowned quilt collector Roderick Kiracofe has curated a largely undocumented collection of American textiles, compiling imagery with essays by Amelia Peck of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Ulysses Grant Dietz of the Newark Museum, quilt historian Janneken Smucker, quiltmakers Sherry Ann Byrd, Kaffe Fassett, Denyse Schmidt, and artist Allison Smith.
- This second edition is in like-new condition. Please see our detailed photos.
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