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  1. ‘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.

  2. ‘Anni Albers’, Tate Modern, London

    The UK’s first major retrospective of the work of Anni Albers (1899-1994) is now on show at the Tate Modern in London until 27 January 2019. Exhibits range from the Bauhaus artist’s small-scale ‘pictorial weavings’ to wall-hangings and source material for her influential publication ‘On Weaving’ from 1965.

  3. Safavid number games in Sarajevo

    In HALI 195 of Spring 2018, Fatima Žutić reports on the long-unseen but often-mentioned 17th-century Kerman ‘vase technique’ carpet fragments, revealed to the public in February of this year at the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina Williamsburg and on show until February 2019.


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