Nassau: National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, 2012. 1st ed. Staplebound Wraps. 54p., color photos, wrps. New. Item #171751
This catalog exhibits multiple works submitted to the Transforming Spaces Art Tour which called for submissions centered around the theme and use of fibres. The subject for the exhibition is an allusion to the Lucayan people, the earliest recorded indigenous population of the Bahams, who were known for their use of cotton. The exhibited material includes footwear, paintings, dolls, collage, sculpture and other creative interpretations of the use of fibre.