War rugs at the Georgia Museum of Art

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“Woven Jewels from the Black Tents: Baluchi, Aimaq, and Related Tribal Weavings of Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan”, is a current exhibition at the GMA which includes some examples of war rugs. The guest curator is emeritus Professor Stephen Jett, University of California, Davis.

The war rugs are mentioned in particular in Julie Phillips’ review in the Athens Banner-Herald on May 28th, 2006. (You may need to register to access the article. It’s free, but if you prefer to keep your email address private, you can obtain a login at bugmenot.com)

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2 Responses to “War rugs at the Georgia Museum of Art”

  1. Area Rugs Says:

    Where can I go to learn more about this?

  2. zoe Says:

    There’s lots of information specifically about war rugs in the Essays and Bibliography categories here, and the other war rug links in the sidebar.

    On Baluch textiles more generally, here is a bibliography prepared by the University of Michigan.

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