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- Fantastic Fibers
April 22 – June 17, 2017. Yeiser Art Center. Paducah, Kentucky. Email: email@example.com. Juror: John Hopper, Editor of Inspirational, The Textile Blog. Fantastic Fibers is an annual international juried exhibition that showcases a wide range of outstanding works related to the fiber medium.
- Timeless Weft: Ancient Tapestries and the Art of Louise B. Wheatley
through July 30, 2017. Baltimore Museum of Art, curated by Anita Jones, Curator of Textiles. Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Museum Drive, Baltimore, MD. 443-573-1700. Museum hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. https://artbma.org/exhibitions/berman-timeless-weft
- The Barberini Tapestries: Woven Monuments of Baroque Rome
March 21 – June 25, 2017. The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine. New York, New York. https://www.stjohndivine.org/
September 23 – January 21, 2018. Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, Oregon. http://jsma.uoregon.edu/
This exhibition focuses on the Barberini tapestries, some of the most splendid and important “portable monuments” of seventeenth century Rome. It is a collaborative project that has at its core the Life of Christ tapestry set in the collection of the Cathedral recently conserved by the Textile Conservation Lab. Both venues present the tapestries in a richly layered context that expands their artistic, political, religious, allegorical, technical, and anthropological themes. The exhibition also addresses the flexibility of use and installation that is a defining aspect of the tapestry medium. A scholarly catalogue written by James G. Harper and Marlene Eidelheit accompanies the exhibition.
- Circles and Squares
Ongoing. If you wish to view the tapestries from the AuNZ Tapestry Group Projects 2010 go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/41841907@N04/
- Melancholy at the Bottom of Everything… Forever
Ongoing. A juried online exhibit that includes the work of Barbara Heller. http://www.projekt30.com/melancholy.php