Journey into the world of Italian textiles

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Premise

Continue the search around Italy, begun with the Museum of Chieri, looking for places where the tradition of textile art has not been lost but transformed. Then Prato‘s turn, here we have focused on the Museum, but we could also have written about the clothing industry, which confirms the ancient vocation of the treatment of fabrics. This is a second stage and others, many, will be added to these first two which, as I hope, you will continue to follow

Prato’s textile museum

KANTHA

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Miniartextil 2019: Pop Up

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The Silk Road and the Wine Road

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Sidival Fila: LA MATERIA SVELATA

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“The content arises following the form”: The great abstract works of Karen Schulz

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Interview with Kit Vincent

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“Silk, webbing and lace.” Yarns and fabrics among archival papers

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Interview with Gjertrud Hals

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FESTIVAL OF QUILTS BIRMINGHAM ENGLAND AUGUST 1-4, 2019

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Built Quilt: Troy Murrah, Southern California, USA

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