Posts Tagged 'textile arts'

July Fiber Art Picks!

Samantha Bittman Untitled, 2019 Acrylic on Hand-woven Textile 20 x 16 inches Courtesy of the Gallery The Near Distant Future June 16 – July 14, 2019 Super Dutchess Gallery  The Near Distant Future explores the idea of visual perception and

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July Fiber Art Picks!

Samantha Bittman Untitled, 2019 Acrylic on Hand-woven Textile 20 x 16 inches Courtesy of the Gallery The Near Distant Future June 16 – July 14, 2019 Super Dutchess Gallery  The Near Distant Future explores the idea of visual perception and

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Work in Progress: Claire Le Pape

The Work in Progress studio space at the TAC Manhattan location is filled with color. Despite the rainy weather, the front window space is bathed in natural light, highlighting the brilliantly colored materials that inhabit Claire Le Pape’s workspace. A

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Work in Progress: Claire Le Pape

The Work in Progress studio space at the TAC Manhattan location is filled with color. Despite the rainy weather, the front window space is bathed in natural light, highlighting the brilliantly colored materials that inhabit Claire Le Pape’s workspace. A

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Work In Progress: Hanski

Hannah Epstein, also known as hanski, has been working furiously during her Work in Progress residency. She gave herself only a month to create and finish work for a solo show at Pennsylvania State centered around their mascot Nittany Lion.

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Work In Progress: Hanski

Hannah Epstein, also known as hanski, has been working furiously during her Work in Progress residency. She gave herself only a month to create and finish work for a solo show at Pennsylvania State centered around their mascot Nittany Lion.

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Hiding in the Light

Clandestine information practices and forms of resistance through textiles have a long, shared history. Taking advantage of society’s attitude that women’s work is “low” or “unintellectual,” the wielders of needle and thread have been masters of steganography, or the practice

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Hiding in the Light

Clandestine information practices and forms of resistance through textiles have a long, shared history. Taking advantage of society’s attitude that women’s work is “low” or “unintellectual,” the wielders of needle and thread have been masters of steganography, or the practice

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March Fiber Art Picks!

Nancy Grossman Brox, 1980 Leather, wood, paint, epoxy and glass 16.75″ x 8.25″ x 9.75″ Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery Art of Defiance: Radical Materials February 2 – March 30, 2019 Michael Rosenfeld Gallery Presenting the works of Hannelore Baron,

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March Fiber Art Picks!

Nancy Grossman Brox, 1980 Leather, wood, paint, epoxy and glass 16.75″ x 8.25″ x 9.75″ Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery Art of Defiance: Radical Materials February 2 – March 30, 2019 Michael Rosenfeld Gallery Presenting the works of Hannelore Baron,

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February Fiber Art Picks!

Derrick Adams. Photo by Terrence Jennings, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.   “Derrick Adams: Sanctuary” Museum of Art and Design (MAD) Through August 12th, 2018   Exhibition Talk: “In Conversation: Derrick Adams with Alvin Hall and Dexter

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February Fiber Art Picks!

Derrick Adams. Photo by Terrence Jennings, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.   “Derrick Adams: Sanctuary” Museum of Art and Design (MAD) Through August 12th, 2018   Exhibition Talk: “In Conversation: Derrick Adams with Alvin Hall and Dexter

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January Fiber Art Picks!

Photo courtesy of Museum of the City of New York.   “Mod New York: Fashion Takes a Trip” Museum of the City of New York Through April 1, 2018 A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New

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January Fiber Art Picks!

Photo courtesy of Museum of the City of New York.   “Mod New York: Fashion Takes a Trip” Museum of the City of New York Through April 1, 2018 A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New

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Textiles and Politics

Weaving, stitching, and knitting have always had a place in politics. As an act of defiance or solidarity, art gives way to expose a reality, make a statement, and in turn form a community. During World War II, knitting was

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Textiles and Politics

Weaving, stitching, and knitting have always had a place in politics. As an act of defiance or solidarity, art gives way to expose a reality, make a statement, and in turn form a community. During World War II, knitting was

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March Fiber Art Picks!

                                                         Photo courtesy of SPRING/BREAK SPRING/BREAK Art Show Mar 1 – 6, 2017

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March Fiber Art Picks!

                                                         Photo courtesy of SPRING/BREAK SPRING/BREAK Art Show Mar 1 – 6, 2017

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Work in Progress: Kate Geck

For the month of March, we were thrilled to host Kate Geck as our Work in Progress (WIP) resident. Kate is a Melbourne-based textile and new media artist, pushing the boundaries of textile art and challenging her viewers to think

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Work in Progress: Kate Geck

For the month of March, we were thrilled to host Kate Geck as our Work in Progress (WIP) resident. Kate is a Melbourne-based textile and new media artist, pushing the boundaries of textile art and challenging her viewers to think

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