Iron Gate Museums` Textiles – Let’s record the findings at the Museum in Turn Severin, Romania

Firstly, since experienced The Iron Gate Museums` Textiles, I remember the museological fascinations, from the mid-1970s to the present day, like pictures from yesterday. Such is the Roman fort Drobeta in Turn Severin and The Iron Gate Museum, founded in 1912. Recently, last summer (2022) I encountered the splendor of this millennial heritage. I placed …

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Students` Tapestry Woven Structural – Exhibition of works from the Department of Textiles, Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade

Students’ Tapestry Woven Structural – The news for our artistic environment comes from the Cultural District in Novi Sad. You are all welcome to the exhibition of works by students of the Department of Textiles, FPU in Belgrade, with the title “Woven – structural” from November 16 to December 8 in the gallery “Atelier 61”. …

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Atelier61 Tapestry Colony Serbia – The 15th International Colony of Tapestry Artists “Boško Petrović” in 2023.

Atelier61 Tapestry Colony Serbia – For a while, I’ve been curious about the world of modern tapestry and wanted to experience it firsthand. Atelier 61’s work processes have caught my attention, and I see the Tapestry Colony. As it is just one aspect of the Tapestry Center’s versatility. Recently, I had the chance to witness …

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Tapestry artists weave techniques – Let’s take a look at the skills of the great masters of artistic weaving of Atelier 61!

Tapestry artists weave techniques – For folk weaving, there are appropriate weaving procedures for any decoration or weaving itself. Although weaving is generally creative, its performance develops according to standards over time and inheritance. While in tapestry, the principles of weaving practice differ in many ways. In the previous post, we explained the characteristics of …

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Atelier 61 contemporary tapestry Serbia – Creative tapestry weaving processes in the production of the Atelier 61 tapestry-making facility

Atelier 61 contemporary tapestry Serbia – Textile Art enthusiasts are well aware of the vital importance of this Institution for the art of tapestry now, with a wide range of potential for the future. A pioneering institution for making tapestries since 1961, today has grown into a Center of tapestry art with a rounded multi-layered …

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My view of the Ancient Tapestry as an “inverted” weave of the Monumental textiles

Tapestry weaving colorful textile –  Former the Cluny Museum currently, the National Museum of the Middle Ages in Paris. I want to spend at least a few hours here once. To sit enjoying it and occasionally go up to stare at the details of the tapestry. If I could feel how they were growing beneath …

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My family scarf`s story from a Turkish headscarf style to a multifunctional, modern fashion accessory

Tradition modernity scarf Serbia –  The oldest surviving headscarf in the family that my great-grandmother Yevrosima – grandmother Rosa once wore. It is a Turkish-style headscarf. The model spread in the age of the Turks and stayed until the middle of the 20th century. Fortunately, the family saved her photo with the old women’s bandage …

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Why do women wear scarves? Part V: Contemporary scarf, iconic Hermes, as a multifunctional accessory

Scarf functions iconic Hermes – The origin of the fashionable scarf today seems to be in the appeal of the chic, ruffled scarves around the neck, hands, on the belt, and most often with riding clothes. Coco Chanel was one of the first to show it publicly. Then the Parisian company Hermes, a manufacturer of …

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Why do women wear scarves? Part IV: Headcover and identity of a woman in a Vojvodina village

Headcover woman identity of a Vojvodina woman – part of the exhibition “Headscarves as a cultural signifier.” For this purpose, M. Sc. Katarina Radisavljević from the Museum of Vojvodina presented the content titled A small story about women’s identity in traditional society. Thus, she included the field of the host (Museum of Vojvodina) under the …

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Textile World until the 2020s – in my life

Textile World until 2020 s I began my work as an ethnologist in 1975. Furthermore, full of enthusiasm whole career and still, don’t give up! Textile World until 2020 s in my life: I always aspire to professional achievements giving my best to fulfill any innovative idea. The difference is that now I do not …

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