News: March 2014

  1. Japanese Boro Textile Exhibition at Somerset House, London

    From 2 – 26 April 2014 the East wing galleries at Somerset House, London will host ‘Boro: Threads of Life’, an exhibition of 40 historic layered indigo fabrics collected by antiquarians Gordon Reece and Philippe Boudin over six years.

  2. Carpets of the East in Paintings from the West

    A concise exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 11 March – 29 June displays three mid 17th century rugs and three Dutch paintings of the same age that depict the same type of carpets.

  3. North American Indian Exhibition, Musée du quai Branly, Paris

    The exhibition ‘Indiens de Plaines’ at the Musée du quai Branly, Paris, from 8th April – 20th July 2014 is an investigation into the Plains Indians of North America, their iconography, the continuum of their artistic expression and their place in the changing cultural imagination.

  4. Carpet Diem 2014 – Classical Chinese Carpets

    On Sunday 13 April 2014, the Staatliches Museum für Völkerkunde, Maximilianstraße 42, Munich will host ‘Carpet Diem 2014’, a keynote lecture by leading collector and expert on Chinese and East Turkestan weaving Hans König

  5. Christie’s Spring Carpet Sale, London, 8 April 2014

    In the past year the structure of the top end of the international specialist rug auction market has seen some radical changes – both in the wake of the triumph of SNY’s single owner Clark Collection sale last summer and the very successful follow-up of Carpets from Distinguished Collections in January 2014, and through the… Read more »

  6. TEFAF Maastricht 2014

    The world’s leading art fair, TEFAF Maastricht, is about to begin in the MECC from 14-23 March 2014.

  7. HALI to exhibit at Asia Week New York 2014

    With only a few more days till the opening of Asia Week New York, we would like to announce that HALI will be participating in the event at the Bohemian National Hall.

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