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Highlights from HALI 218:


‘CulturalxCollabs. Weaving The Future’ sees antique and contemporary rug making unite

Anatomy of an object
A Kashmir shawl that once belonged to Queen Victoria perfectly unites the Victorian love of pattern and colour with the Kashmir master weavers’ eye for detail

Common thread
A selection of books containing, or concerning, textiles, their use, circulation and creation

Cloth used in the bindings of Armenian and Ethiopian manuscripts from the 14th–20th centuriesEight specialists discuss a ‘book’ that they consider to be exceptionalA sample book from 1787 contains precious barkcloth variations recording vanished culturesOn the fascinating, frustrating and fabulous 1905 book, T. H. Hendley’s Asian Carpets •  An 18th-century volume of cloth samples tells of rivalry, espionage and fierce ambitionA foretaste of an important new exhibition opening at the University of Alberta 

Stephanie Douglas on tapestries, carpets and textiles from the Galerie Chevalier collection at Giquello, ParisDaniel Shaffer on Modernist carpets and rugs designed by Ivan da Silva Bruhns for the Maharaja of Indore at Christie’s, Paris • Auction price guide

‘Burma to Myanmar’, British Museum, London‘Raphael: Gold and Silk’, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna • ‘The Resistance of Pen and Paper’, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

Last page
A glorious installation in Brescia of prayer rugs from the Zaleski collection

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