News & Events: Exhibition

  1. Carpet Design Awards 2019 Shortlist

    The finalists for the 14th Carpet Design Awards have been chosen. Here we reveal the shortlisted entries that will be on show and compete at Domotex in January 2019. 

  2. 6 reasons to attend Istanbul Carpet Week, 25-29 October 2018

    COVER are looking forward to attending Istanbul Carpet Week, organised by IHIB (Istanbul Carpet Exporters’ Association), as media partners, 25-29 October 2018. Here are 6 reasons why the event should be on your agenda too.

  3. Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up

    Clothing and intimate objects belonging to Frida Kahlo—one of the world’s most recognised and significant artists—were sealed for fifty years in trunks and hidden storage spaces in Casa Azul (now Museo Frida Kahlo), her childhood home in a leafy suburb of Mexico City. In this exclusive review for COVER, Denna Jones explores objects from this stash on view in the V&A exhibition ‘Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up’.

  4. The Rug Show New York x COVER present ‘Spaces’

    The new ‘Spaces’ display at The Rug Show New York, created by TRS in collaboration with COVER, will offer two unique vignette displays featuring high-end furniture alongside beautiful rugs. COVER reveals more about this exciting project and brand collaborations

  5. New Designers: An Interview with Cerys Lau

    Central Saint Martins, UAL has always been known for pushing boundaries. The halls are sanctified, and each year’s BA graduate show is closely watched by industry professionals. In this exclusive interview with COVER, recent CSM graduate Cerys Lau talks about her creative process, influences and passion for textile design.

  6. Spatial Awareness

    Textiles are increasingly forming part of the architecture around us. In COVER 51 Denna Jones talks to designer Samira Boon, who runs a textile architecture studio based in Amsterdam and Tokyo that collaborates with architects to formulate site-specific solutions

  7. 250th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

    Each summer the Royal Academy’s walls are adorned with a diverse display of contemporary art by well-known names and new talent. See here COVER’s favourite pieces from the exhibition.

  8. Havanarama

    In the dim light of a not-for-profit art foundation gallery in a warehouse district of London, visitors are asked to remove their shoes before entering a dark space, COVER reviews intriguing ‘Fin de silencio’ (End of Silence) exhibition


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