Crowning Achievements: African Arts of Dressing the Hair

I will be out of town from July 11th to 20th.  The gallery will not be open but the website will be working away as usual.  Orders will be shipped after July 20th.  I will be checking email mesages and should be able to repy  to inquiries.

Indigo Arts has moved upstairs to a space on the fourth floor of the Crane Building.  I am still arranging things up here but I am open on a "by appointment or by chance" basis.  I am usually in the building from Wednesday through Saturday from 12 to 6, but it is definitely best to phone or email first. Meanwhile, the Indigo Arts online gallery is operating as usual.  
Please feel free to contact me with any questions in the mean time.
Tony

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Catalog to the important show curated by the Fowler Museum of Cultural History at UCLA, which travelled to he Smithsonian and other venues. Features essays on African hairstyles, hats, headwraps and artifacts - headrests, combs, hair-pins etc.- relating to the hair. Includes a chapter on hairdressers' signs with extensive photographs.
Mary Jo Arnoldi and Christine Mullen Kreamer
Contributions by Michael Oladejo Afolayan, Betty Wass, Elisabeth L. Cameron, Patricia Darish and David A. Binkley
Museum for African Art, New York
Published by Fowler Museum of Cultural History,
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, 1995

$29.95 (paperback)