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Featured Documentaries

Tintes y Colorantes de la Costa (Dyes and Colors of the Coast) portrays the life of 74-year-old Habacuc Avendaño as he travels to the rocky Oaxacan coastline to milk the purple dye tixinda from an endangered species of snail that lives in the seaside precipices. He describes the endangerment of tixinda due to poaching, which also threatens the traditional weavings created by the village women, prized by museums and collectors worldwide.

Los Posohuancos follows the Mixtec weaver Margarita Avendaño, the oldest weaver in her group, whose huipiles were featured in an exhibition at the Museum of Textiles in Oaxaca. She tells of her history and how she learned to hand-spin the natural brown cotton called coyuchi, as well as how to weave posohuancos, a traditional long skirt worn by the Mixtec women.

2017 Exhibitor Listing

(In formation)
Arader Galleries
David Bell Antiques
Diana Bittel Antiques
Brennan & Mouilleseaux Antiques
Cottage + Camp
Scott Estepp Gallery
Fine Antique Prints
Finnegan Gallery
Firehouse Antiques
Garvey Rita Art & Antiques
Hamptons Antique Galleries
Harris Dean Gallery
Jeffrey Henkel
Barbara Israel Garden Antiques
Leatherwood Antiques
Milne’s At Home Antiques
Aileen Minor
More & More Antiques
Vincent Mulford Antiques
Pagoda Red
Francis J. Purcell
The Red Horse
Schorr & Dobinsky
Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge
Village Braider Antiques
Withington & Company Antiques