Our North Is The South
Our North is the South departs from textiles produced by the Inca, Huari, and Nazca cultures in the Andes region - which today covers the territories of Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Chile - relating them to the experimentation with geometric forms carried out by the 20th century avant-garde and several contemporary artists in Latin America.
Confluences in Art
Confluences in Art: from the old and new worlds (500 BC - Present)
Time Warps - Ancient Andean Textiles
This catalogue is dedicated to a series of exhibitions, including “Back to the Future (Sammlung Hauser & Wirth, 1995),” “Ancient Andean Textile Arts (Paul Kasmin Gallery, 1995),” “Ancient Andean Textiles (Galerie Asbaek, 1995),” and “Les Trames du Passe (Le Monde de l’Art, 1995).” The catalogue is compiled by Paul Hughes Fine Arts.
Pre-Columbian Andean Textile Art
This publication aims particularly to expand the awareness of the period 200 BC—1500 AD, during which time a high level of textile expertise and creativity was maintained. The publication also displays twenty-four Pre-Columbian textile artworks sourced from collectors and institutions across Europe.
Rediscovery of Pre-Columbian Textiles
This publication contains a number of articles on the scientific study and conservation of Pre-Columbian textiles. Being the opening chapter of the book, “Fine to sublime in space and time” written by Paul Hughes unfolds the myth and beauty of Pre-Columbian textiles.