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HALI magazine by Katie Welch - 2w ago
Ikats occur in widely separate geographic regions, including Africa, Europe and the Americas, although the best known and most ancient ..read more
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The countdown has begun to the opening of the the HALI Fair at the Mall Galleries on 27 June! This new addition to London Art Week offers ..read more
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Madge Gill was born in Walthamstow and spent most of her years living in East London. A self-taught, visionary artist, she created ..read more
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David Sorgato’s current gallery exhibition in Milan, 16 May-15 June, focuses on Chinese rugs and mats, a topical show given the recent ..read more
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An exhibition of ikats will take place at the Musée Bargoin in Clermont-Ferrand, France, from 18 May to 22 September, 2019. ‘IKATS, ..read more
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Drawn from Dallas Museum of Art’s collection and currently on show, ‘Asian Textiles: Art and Trade Along the Silk Road’ has been ..read more
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‘JAPON & JOUY / Dialogues between Sarasa and Indiennes’ at the Musée de la Toile de Jouy—an exhibition of Japanese textiles ..read more
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On Saturday 11 May 2019, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) will present a one-day symposium exploring Central Asian ikat ..read more
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Members of a migrant-volunteer programme in Oxford are behind a new display of textiles at the Pitt Rivers Museum. ‘Multaka: Connecting ..read more
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HALI contributor, Dr Susan Scollay has curated a study series outlining the importance of textiles in the ancient world at The Johnston ..read more

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