Suzan Erdogan

Suzan Erdogan

Copenhagen / Art historian against aesthetic orthodoxy
Suzan Erdogan
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Picasso

Picasso

Anonymous tantra painting from Rajahstan, India

Anonymous tantra painting from Rajahstan, India

Marao Katsina, 2005, American Indian Auction / Mar 10-11 hand-carved with a tripod headdress similar to that worn by women in the Marao ceremony. - Cowan's Auctions: The Midwest's Most Trusted Auction House / Antiques / Fine Art / Art Appraisals

Marao Katsina, 2005, American Indian Auction / Mar 10-11 hand-carved with a tripod headdress similar to that worn by women in the Marao ceremony. - Cowan's Auctions: The Midwest's Most Trusted Auction House / Antiques / Fine Art / Art Appraisals

abstract Tantric paintings based on 17th-century illustrations from Indian religious texts

abstract Tantric paintings based on 17th-century illustrations from Indian religious texts

AMAZING - Needle #lace, with seed pearls and glass beads, English,1640-1670, designer unknown

AMAZING - Needle #lace, with seed pearls and glass beads, English,1640-1670, designer unknown

Irish Lace, 14th century From the " Treasures " exhibit at the Lacis Museum in Berkeley,CA

Irish Lace, 14th century From the " Treasures " exhibit at the Lacis Museum in Berkeley,CA

Dentellière, Bruges, Belgique vers 1900. I would LOVE to learn how to make lace. But I would be this old before I ever caught on!

Dentellière, Bruges, Belgique vers 1900. I would LOVE to learn how to make lace. But I would be this old before I ever caught on!

Robe Uzbekistan, 19th century The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robe Uzbekistan, 19th century The Metropolitan Museum of Art

kyrall (Turkish for "king"). Shyrdak Rug. Shyrdak or felt art, is an age-old tradition of the nomadic Kyrgyz people. Part mosaic, part quilt, the interlocking patterns and distinctive borders of shyrdak combine to create a rich tapestry. The designs incorporate images of sacred myths and symbols, with colors reflecting the balance in nature and the cyclical rhythm of the nomad’s world. // text from lavivahomes @ http://www.lavivahome.com/shyrdak/shyrdak-rugs.html?___SID=U

kyrall (Turkish for "king"). Shyrdak Rug. Shyrdak or felt art, is an age-old tradition of the nomadic Kyrgyz people. Part mosaic, part quilt, the interlocking patterns and distinctive borders of shyrdak combine to create a rich tapestry. The designs incorporate images of sacred myths and symbols, with colors reflecting the balance in nature and the cyclical rhythm of the nomad’s world. // text from lavivahomes @ http://www.lavivahome.com/shyrdak/shyrdak-rugs.html?___SID=U