African Fabrics Connect to Form Quilted Portraits of Black Figures by Bisa Butler
Brooklyn-based artist Bisa Butler (previously) uses brightly colored cotton, wool, and chiffon fabrics with bold patterns to piece together quilts featuring detailed portraits of Black people. The materials and themes connect American subjects with their African roots and tell visual stories of hist
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When potentially game-changing opportunities arise, it’s a requirement that you swing into action pretty quickly. Such was the case when an email arrived in our inbox inviting us to a reception welcoming Stella Jean to our hometown to celebrate Holt Renfrew’s Italian Immersion (in case you slept through Milan Fashion Week, there’s a lot worth noting over there, from Versace’s reemergence to up-and-coming talent like Fausto Puglisi and, well, Stella Jean). Because, guys, if she was traveling…