APN556919

R350.00R18,000.00

Jemah Saidani is from a rural settlement near Sejenane, Tunisia, renowned for its women potters. Recognition has brought economic relief but has also endangered the traditional craft because of increased quantity demands with little regard for the time required to produce the pottery. Jemah is one of the few exceptions. Not only has she adapted her creative skills to a more modern and refined style, but she still uses the same techniques and materials that have survived for centuries. Her motifs are derived from nature; chehda, honeycomb, and boul thor, the tracks of oxen pulling a plough.

Imazighen – The Vanishing Traditions of Berber Women
By: Margaret Courtney- Clarke
Published By: 1995

Clear
SKU: 1224_53 Category: Tag:

Additional information

License

Digital: Social Media, Text Book: Cover – Worldwide, Text Book: Cover – Print and Digital – Worldwide, Book: Inside – Single Use – Single Publication, Text Book: Cover – Single Territory, Text Book: Inside – Print and Digital – Single Territory, Décor: Framed Prints, Television Broadcast: Advert – Single Territory, Banners: Pull-Up or Stadium – Single Territory, Digital: Website and Social Media – Single Territory, Newspaper: Front Page – Single Territory, Newspaper: Inside – Single Territory, Magazine: Inside – Double Page Spread – Single Territory, Television Broadcast: Up to 10 Years – Worldwide, Television Broadcast: Up to 5 Years – Worldwide, Television Broadcast: Up to 18 Months – Single Territory, Television Broadcast: Up to 5 Years – Single Territory, Video Presentation: Internal, Exhibition: Catalogue – Single Territory, Exhibition: Permanent – Single Territory, Exhibition: Up to 10 Years – Single Territory, Exhibition: Up to 5 Years – Single Territory, Exhibition: Temporary – Single Territory, Text Book: Inside – Print and Digital – Worldwide, Text Book: Cover – Print and Digital – Single Territory, Text Book: Inside – Print and Digital – Single Language – Single Territory, Magazine: Cover – Single Territory, Magazine: Inside – Single Territory

Leave a Reply