Hmong Art: Tradition and Change. John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
Hmong Art: Tradition and Change
Hmong Art: Tradition and Change
From Youa L. Her Zuag's Preface: "I would also, at this time, like to thank the United States as a whole for its kindness and warmth in receiving us, the Hmong, from our tribulation." A statement one would like to be able to hear again, from other voices.

Hmong Art: Tradition and Change

Very Good. Item #9248
ISBN: 0932718191

Sheboygan: John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 1986. First Edition. Quarto (25x28x1cm); xii + 153pp, including artist biographies, orthographical and phonological appendices, and bibliography. The 281 catalogued items are accompanied by approximately the same number of photographs, most in color. Illustrated card wraps.

Some slight signs of age to the white ground of the covers, but no specific stains or scuffs. Card spine uncreased and uncracked. Edges Near Fine. Textblock unmarred and unmarked.

This remarkable exhibit, a tribute by the museum in Sheboygan, Wisconsin to the large Hmong population in the Upper Midwest of the United States, notably centered in St. Paul, MN and Wausau, WI, covers every aspect of material culture, with important treatment of communitarian and ritual practice. The exhibit was first shown at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center 24 February - 5 May 1985, before traveling to Green Bay, Chicago, and Oakland, California in 1986.

Price: $30.00