News & Events: March 2014

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    Threads at Museum Arnhem

    Museum Arnhem in The Netherlands is currently holding an exhibition entitled ‘Threads’, which feature works from more than 20 international artists and designers in which the medium of thread or textiles play a prominent role

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    Clerkenwell Design Week: Preview in the Crypt

    Last week at St James’ Church Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell Design Week Director, William Knight, unveiled some of the innovative projects and exhibitors that will contribute towards the festival in May 2014.

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    Agustina Woodgate Rug Collection

    For the first time, Argentinian artist Agustina Woodgate’s Rug Collection is being presented together in a solo exhibition at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood

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    Joana Vasconcelos in Brazil

    The upcoming exhibition ‘Casarão’ at the Casa Triângulo gallery in Sao Paulo, Brazil, marks Joana Vasconcelos’ return to the venue, a decade after her last show in the same site

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    COVER on Pinterest!

    COVER magazine is now on Pinterest. For the latest carpet and textile designs follow us here!

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    Reuber Henning in Buenos Aires

    From 31 March – 7 April 2014, German rug company Reuber Henning will present Fantaisie Impromptu as a part of the DMY exhibition BERLIN MEETS BUENOS AIRES.

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    Anton Alvarez: It’s a Wrap

    Swedish-Chilean artist Anton Alvarez currently has a solo show, ‘Wrapper’s Delight’ at Gallery Libby Sellers in London until 17 April.

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    Quilts and Color at the Museum of Fine Arts

    Quilts and Color: The Pilgrim/Roy Collection is due to open at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, from 6 April – 27 July 2014. Dazzling colours and striking patterns appear across sixty distinctive quilts from the renowned collection.

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    Portrait of the Artist as Designer

    A new London exhibition reveals a wealth of inspirational textile designs by major 20th-century artists. Lucy Upward puts it all in perspective.


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