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Upcoming Event

A Healing Palindrome Dedication in New Harmony, IN

Event Info

Join Geographer-at-Large Eames Demetrios as he dedicates the latest installation and historical site for Kcymaerxthaere on location at the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art Saturday, November 22nd. Details to follow. For more information email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Embassy Row: Heart of the Parisian Diaspora

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Glossary Word of The Day

Faltese

Disputed likeness of the thin layer of water above the Faltese, the ocean desert floor off the coast of Namibia

Definition

The Ocean Desert Floor off the coast of linear Namibia

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Kirguellin Embroidery Panel (71/151)

Description

From the Disputed Likeness Collection #1

Each panel showcases the unique story of Kcymaerxthaereal legends: Culev Larze, Eliala Mei-Ning and Kirguellin.

Only 151 of each story will be available as a limited edition. Each story panel is one of a kind and hand embroidered by a member of the Penduka women's collective in Windhoek Namibia. Assigned edition number and artist signature displays on the back label of every embroidery.

Material: Cloth

Size: 12 x 18 inches (*approximate size and color for each panel varies as each one is handmade)