Asia-Europa 4

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translation by Chiara Cordoni

Asia-Europa 4, 2019-20:
A LARGE VISION ON FIBER ARTS

curator Marika Szaraz

NEXT EVENT:
Dronninglund Kunstcenter, Denmark, 19. April to 7. June, 2020

PAST EVENTS:
Musée de la Tapisserie, Tournai, Belgium, 1. March to 28. April, 2019
Deutsches Textilmuseum Krefeld, Germany, 12. May to 18. August, 2019

Web Site:
https://asia-europefiberart.blogspot.com/

Author and the founder of the project  ‘Asia-Europe’ – contemporary fiber art exhibition is Erny Piret and the idea of a dialogue in contemporary textile art was born on the occasion of the Biennial of Kaunas (Lithuania) in 2009.

The exhibition ‘Asia-Europe’ presents innovative artistic creations in relation with Asian and European countries and their textile techniques.
The selected artists come from China, Korea and Japan, from Asia and European countries – France, Sweden, Latvia, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Poland, Hungary, Lithuania, Finland, Slovakia and Spain.

Their works represent intercultural dialogue and although they are geographically distant, coming from two different continents, they are connected by the thread of art: linen thread, computer embroidery, thread, canvas thread, mulberry bark, banana fiber, silk, wool, organza, copper, fishing line, tulle, bread.

 Tournai’s  event video (Belgio, 1 Marzo/ 28 April, 2019 –Musée de la Tapisserie,)

Selected artists

Antra Augustinovica – Estonia

Valerie Buess – Germany

Isabel Berglund – Denmark

Nora Chalmet – Belgium

Sui Park  – Korea

Catherine Chanteloube – France

Cho Yuhn Kyung – Korea

Moon Jiyoung – Korea

Wlodzimierz Cygan – Poland

Judit Droppa – Hungary

Yasuko Iyanaga – Japan

Chikako Imaizumi – Japan

Asta Fedaraviciute – Lituanie

Hui Liu – China

Kakuko ishii – Japan

Kela Cremachi – Italy

Raija Jokinen – Finland

Yukako Sorai – Japan

Cha Young Soon – Korea

Mitsuru Kuroki – Japan

MakikoWakisaka – Japan

Terezia Krnàcovà – Slovakia

Miki Nakamura – Japan

Minako Watanabe – Japan

Leyun Wang – China

Maria Ortega – Spain

Sandrine Pincemaille – France

Toko Hayashi – Japan

Lina Ringeliené – Lithuania

Tanikawa Tsuruko – Japan

Marie-Noelle Risack – Belgium

Elsbet Wiens – Germany

Takumi Ushio – Japan

Wu Fan – China

Magda Sobon – Poland

Marika Szaraz Luxemburg / Hungary

Some of the exhibited works

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