Sewing Stories of Displacement
On display through May 01, 2021 at the Museum of International Folk Art
The Train Station, 1979. This gabba, chain-stitched embroidery on felted wool, illustrates the forced migration of Kahuta residents after the area became a site for the national atomic bomb project in 1976. Unknown artist, Pakistan. MOIFA, IFAF Collection, FA.1985.464.13.
Also on exhibit at the Museum of International Folk Art
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