News: indian textiles

  1. HALI London

    Celebrating 40 years and 200 editions of HALI magazine, HALI London was the first London festival devoted to the art and history of textiles.

  2. The ubiquitous ikat

    We are excited to announce a new feature in the front section of HALI Magazine. ‘The Common Thread’ focuses on different textile types from around the world with a shared theme, either decorative or technical. In our latest issue, HALI 200, we look at ikat weavings.

  3. Traded Treasures: Indian Textiles for Global Markets

    Currently on show at The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, ‘Traded Treasure: Indian Textiles for Global Markets’, spans five hundred years of the history of India’s thriving commerce to Southeast Asia, Europe, and Japan, an exhibition that reveals why Indian textiles were in demand the world over. 

  4. ‘The Fabric of India’, Cincinnati Art Museum, closing 6 January 2019

    ‘The Fabric of India’, co-curated by Rosemary Crill, is on show at Cincinnati Art Museum until 6 January 2019. The US show is based on the 2015-2016 Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition featuring two-hundred handmade Indian textiles from the fifteenth century to today.

  5. Asian Art in London

    The annual celebration of Asian art taking place in the British capital, 1-10 November, has much to offer in terms of textiles.

  6. Tapestry, Carpets & Textiles, Christie’s London, April 2017

    The last week of April 2017 sees the textile arts represented in three separate Christie’s auctions.  First, at King Street on on Tuesday 25th, ‘Noble & Private Collections I’ includes a number of European tapestries, notable among them a 16th century Franco-Flemish Millefleurs fragment. Also at King Street, on Thursday 27th, is ‘Art of the Islamic… Read more »


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