News: Japan

  1. 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.

  2. JAPON & JOUY / Dialogues between Sarasa and Indiennes

    ‘JAPON & JOUY / Dialogues between Sarasa and Indiennes’ at the Musée de la Toile de Jouy—an exhibition of Japanese textiles belonging to the private collection of Ana Berger—has been extended until 19 May 2019.

  3. Tsutsugaki: Indigo Textiles of Japan at the Guimet, Paris

    The exhibition ‘Tsutsugaki: Japanese Indigo-dyed Textiles’ at the National Museum of Asian Arts Guimet in Paris until 10 October 2013, brings together works taken from the museum’s Krishna Riboud/AEDTA Collection, from a private collection and from Japanese collections, including pieces that have never left the country before.

  4. ‘The Lady and the Unicorn’ enchants Japan

    ‘The Lady and the Unicorn’, one of the most splendid European artworks of the Middle Ages, has left Paris for Japan until October 2013 – the first time the tapestry cycle has been out of Paris since 1973.


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