in Los Angeles
Conservation of Living Traditions
BY KUVA ZAKHEIM
@ VOL 38
ON NOV 08, 2018
Kuva Zakheim grew up with and was trained in art conservation and eastern spirituality in the heart of Hollywood. His conservation achievements range from relocating Banksy murals from buildings about to be demolished using revolutionary techniques, to conserving through reviving the traditional hand-block printed namawalli in India. Kuva immigrated to New Zealand three years ago after living in India as a ‘first-world refugee’ due to the 2008 US economic collapse. Hear his story as he relives his discovery of the opulence of simplicity in Indian villages and the joy of reviving a traditional Indian art form which expresses his passion for conscious living and love for sustainable handmade village textiles.