Nitza Behroozi BarOz.
Tel Aviv, Israel, 2007. 43 pp., 165 pp.*, illustrations: 181 col., 7 b&w, 27 × 21 cm. Hebrew and English.
Eretz Israel Museum (25 June–30 October 2007)
The art of gold embroidery, exemplified in Jewish, Christian and Muslim items from around the world. Individual essays discuss: the cultural and social characteristics of gold embroidery (Nitza Behroozi BarOz), weaving, embroidery and lacework with gold thread (Bracha Yaniv), and golden embroidery from Spain to the Diaspora (Vivian B. Mann), in the Ottoman World (Jennifer Scarce), in Iraq (Idit Sharoni), and in antiquity (Orit Shamir, Alisa Baginski). Short descriptive entries. 104 items.
Invitation to exhibition opening, single card, 1 col. illus., 9.8 × 19.8 cm; Exhibition review in מכירת פומבית. מגזין ישראלי לאספנות ולאמנות October 2007, pp. 62–68. Hebrew.