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Boetti By Afghan People: Peshawar, Pakistan 1990 - Photographs by Randi Malkin Steinberger Hardcover – September 15, 2011
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Boetti often said that he considered his art a way to communicate across the globe, and that the resulting works were owned as much by the women who realized the embroidery as by the artist himself. Now, their story is revealed, and their work can be celebrated as Boetti intended.
Included are texts by Steinberger, Boetti scholar Christopher G. Bennett, longtime Boetti assistant Andrea Marescalchi, and a conversation between Steinberger and Rome-based gallerist, Alessandra Bonomo.
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Photographer Randi Malkin Steinberg took images of Afghan refugees in Pakistan while stiching tapestries for Alighiero Boetti.
A book dedicated to very nice images.