Loose Ends + The Colour of Words II Opens at Jane Lombard Gallery in Tribeca

 

 

The Color of Words II. (Image) Jane Bustin, Psychopomp, 2020, Acrylic, wood, copper, beetroot dyed burnt silk, 11.8 x 11.8 inches.

Jane Lombard Gallery opened its doors to two summer exhibitions ~ Loose Ends, a group exhibition celebrating women working in textiles, and Jane Justin’s ‘The Colour of Words II.’

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‘Unraveled: Confronting the Fabric of Fiber Art’ Opens at The Untitled Space, Tribeca

 

 

Artist, Mary Tooley Parker in the group exhibition, Unraveled: Confronting the Fabric of Fiber Art

If you love Fiber Art, you must add this group exhibition to your list. The Untitled Space in Tribeca opened its doors to more than 40 contemporary artists who will feature textile and fiber-based artworks.

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Art for the Community: The Met’s Circulating Textile Exhibitions, 1933-42

 

 

Furnishing silk ca. 1750 (Elizabeth Cleland, 2020) via The MET

Between 1933 and 1942, The Metropolitan Museum of Art organized one of its especially noteworthy landmark educational initiatives to bring the Museum’s collection to as many New Yorkers as possible. Called the Neighborhood Circulating Exhibitions, the series consisted of small, thematic displays of select artworks presented in New York Public Library branches, high schools, city universities, and settlement houses. The effort, which was developed in response to an inquiry from a high school teacher, reached more than two million visitors and will be the focus of the exhibition Art for the Community: The Met’s Circulating Textile Exhibitions, 1933–1942, on view October 31, 2020, through June 13, 2021, in honor of The Met’s 150th anniversary.

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