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  1. ‘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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. ‘A Collection of Collections’, Sotheby’s London, 6 November

    Sotheby’s London sale on 6 November is led by a group of twenty-three carpets from the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza collection in Madrid. The consignment includes a handful of classical Ushak, Esfahan and Caucasian rugs and fragments, as well as some particularly good Chinese and East Turkestan rugs.

  5. ‘Under the Night Sky’, Albertz Benda & Friedman Benda, New York

    Spanning the spaces of Friedman Benda and Albertz Benda in New York, ‘Under the Night Sky’ will run until 15 December 2018. The show explores the numerous ways in which the frontier of the night sky influences the human psyche and continues to hold artists in its grip. 


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