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  1. 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.

  2. The Seventh R.L. Shep Triennial Symposium on Textiles and Dress

    A one-day symposium exploring Central Asian ikat textiles, will be held in conjunction with the current exhibition at LACMA devoted to a generous gift from a leading local collection, that is testament to the near universal appeal of Central Asian silk ikat.

  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. A living collection at HALI London

    Visiting Anglo-Canadian collector Bob Bell at his home in the Cotswolds, Aaron Nejad finds a passionate, experienced and well-informed man who lives surrounded by an eclectic array of rugs, and who, despite the demands of a busy professional career, always finds time to enjoy and share. The following is an abridged article from HALI 199 – coming soon!

  5. A Salor Turkmen kejebe trapping

    In HALI 198, Executive Editor of HALI Daniel Shaffer examines a rare and majestic Salor Turkmen ceremonial camel trapping from a Swedish private collection that was offered for sale in December 2018 at Stockholms Auktionsverk.

  6. HALI Review: Zeki Muren at David Sorgato

    Milan-based antique carpet dealer David Sorgato curated the exhibition ‘Zeki Müren’s Inspiration’ at the Sartirana Textile Show, 13-16 September 2018, followed by a selling exhibition at his gallery that closed in January 2019. HALI Assistant Editor Rachel Meek reviews David Sorgato’s Milan exhibition in HALI 198.   

  7. An eye for the tigers

    Exclusive rugs designed by contemporary artists take the tiger and traditional tiger rugs as inspiration—and, as Stephanie Douglas explains, aim to support the conservation of these awe-inspiring creatures.


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