The Eye Of The Needle: The Unique World of Microminiatures of Hagop Sandaldjian

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Essay by Ralph Rugoff

A comprehensive, full-color, illustrated overview of the lifework of Armenian master violinist and Microminiaturist Hagop Sandaldjian, who meticulously crafted specks of dust and fragments of human hair into over 30 remarkable figurative sculptures contained in the eyes of sewing needles. This catalogue accompanies the Museum of Jurassic Technology exhibition of the same name. More information about the exhibit can be found here.

From the Contributions from the Museum of Jurassic Technology guide leaflet series.

S.F.D.U.I. Press, 1996, second edition, softcover, 140 pages, 32-page color photo insert.

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