Publications

Magazine Article in the American Indian Art Magazine

American Indian Art Magazine

Volume 33 Number 1, Winter, 2007

"Bread for Baskets, the Ammann Collection of Chemehuevi Baskets", Article by John J. Kania

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Magazine Article in the American Indian Art Magazine

American Indian Art Magazine

Volume 31 Number 2, Spring, 2006

"Chemehuevi Coiled Baskets - Origins and Stylistic Trends ", Article by John J. Kania

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Other Selected Publications

Southern Accents Magazine

Volume 15, Number 2, March 1992

Collections Column - "Native American Baskets,

John Kania Preserves the Hand-Woven Relics of an Almost Forgotten Art"

Article by Jean Blackmon about the Kania Ferrin Gallery's Indian Basket Collections

http://www.southernaccents.com/magazine/

Travel & Leisure Magazine

October 1998

Article - "The True Santa Fe with Designer Tom Ford"

Article by Heather Smith Macisaac quotes Tom Ford about the Kania Ferrin Gallery's Indian Collections: "I'm always impressed with what John [Kania] uncovers, because it gets harder and harder to find good Indian things."

http://www.travelandleisure.com/

Architectural Digest

April 1995

Article - "Antiques Notebook: American Indian Baskets"

Article by Deborah Gimelson subtitled "Vibrant works offer collection opportunities" quotes John Kania and shows photographs of the American Indian Baskets a the Kania Ferrin Gallery.

http://www.architecturaldigest.com/

Architectural Digest

May 1990

Article - "A Collector's Santa Fe - Artist James Havard's Favorite Sources for Native American Arts "

Article by Elizabeth Tallent highlights Kania Ferrin Gallery for collectors interested in American Indian baskets.

http://www.architecturaldigest.com/

Connoisseur Magazine

January 1992

Article - "Collecting - Return of the Native"

Article by Andrea DiNoto discussing artfully combining turquoise and silver, the Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi of the Southwest fashioned jewelry renowned for its beauty and craftsmanship. Kania-Ferrin Gallery is listed as one of the dealers in New Mexico.