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Book Reviews: Multi-Generational Gee’s Bend Story, Told by One Quilt; Stitching Love and Loss narrates the history of the Pettway family, the community of Gee’s Bend, and the entwined tragedies of slavery and Indigenous dispossession

Julia Rooney 'Blueprint' at Band of Vices

Two Navajo Artists Weave New Histories; Zefren-M and Morris Muskett find self-expression through contemporary weaving

Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction at LACMA

The Soft Resistance of Magdalena Abakanowicz’s Woven Sculptures

Threads of Potential – The Market For Textiles By Women Artists

East Sussex institution hails the pioneering queer couple who changed textiles; Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft is displaying an exhibition that pays homage to the unsung influence and secret history of Hilary Bourne and Barbara Allen

How a Polish Fiber Artist’s Haunting Woven Sculptures Ended Up in Alexander McQueen’s Latest Show; Creative director Sarah Burton displayed works by Magdalena Abakanowicz—recently seen at Tate Modern—on the runway

Sonya Clark And Miniature Golf at Cranbrook Museum; We Are Each Other And Cranbrook On The Green

In Her Los Angeles Studio, Suchitra Mattai Weaves Vibrant Tapestries Out of Saris and Dreams Up Epically Scaled Installations; Artist’s solo show “In the Absence of Power, In the Presence of Love” is now on view at Roberts Projects in L.A.

Dense Embroideries Map Celestial Expanses and Abstract Landscapes by Lindzeanne

Tyrrell Tapaha’s Fresh Approach to Pictorial Navajo Textiles; Diné fiber artist and sixth-generation weaver Tyrrell Tapaha expands lived experience and ideas about the future

The Artistry of Her Baskets Is Complex. So Is the Story Around Them. A couple recognized the Washoe weaver Louisa Keyser’s prodigious talent and spun myths to promote it. But her fortitude shines in work that today can be seen in museums and at the Independent 20th Century fair

See Inside Basil Kincaid’s St. Louis and Accra Studios, Where the Artist Constructs Intricate Textile Works From Upcycled Fabrics; Kincaid, whose work is currently on view in a public art installation at New York's Rockefeller Center, blocks out time to daydream

Immense Biomorphic Sculptures Snake from Floor to Ceiling at Hamburger Bahnhof in Eva Fàbregas’ ‘Devouring Lovers’

Pippa Andrews, Textile Art in its Loosest Sense

Bisa Butler’s Enigmatic Quilted Portraits Draw on Iconic Images of Black History

The Apocalypse Tapestry: Biblical Visions Woven in Wool; Commissioned in France in the 14th century, the Apocalypse Tapestry’s revelatory depictions of demons and angels alike remain staggering in their scale and artistic detail

History of Textile Art: Gunta Stolzl (1897—1983)

The Return of Textile Art: ‘In A Digital Age, There Is A Craving For Something You Can Touch’; Six contemporary artists who are expanding the possibilities of textile art in all its forms, from tapestry and embroidery to knitting and crochet. Illustrated with lots from Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art sales in London

Stitching together an exhibition that foregrounds women’s art; SHE of Mind and Body is the latest showcase from the Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre in Dandenong, which celebrates art by and for women

Knitting studio's tapestry pieces, collaborations with Mini and Agnès b celebrate the craft and history of Hong Kong's textile industry

Artist Kirsty Whitlock Interview, "Embroidery Transforms"

Computer-Designed Portraits, Knit By Hand! Video How To

The Deep, Cultural Significance of the Art of Felt; the Art of Janice Arnold

The Stitch Artist Helping Combat Media Fatigue; Diana Weymar collaborated with the Economic Hardship Reporting Project to center the work of writers tackling economic and racial justice — using embroidery

Interview with Artist Sue Stone

Stitching the Great Outdoors: Landscape Textile Art

For Textile Artist Qualeasha Wood, a Met Acquisition Was a Blessing and a Curse

'Strings of Desire' at Craft Contemporary; Images

Celebrating “America’s First Lady of the Loom” Dark, A Light, A Bright: The Designs of Dorothy Liebes is the first monographic exhibition of American textile designer Dorothy Liebes in over 50 years

Alice Frost: Fabric Collage the Natural Way

Fiber Artist Constanza Camila Kramer Garfias Finds Threads in Social and Cultural Subjects

Shishi San’s Vibrant Tufted Sculptures Celebrate the Colorful Motifs of Chinese Vases

Joana Vasconcelos's towering tree sculpture springs into life at French château; "Tree of Life" is made of 110,000 fabric pieces crafted during lockdown from materials that were already in the artist's studio

How to Photograph Textile Art

Mapping Patchwork Across the Globe; Catherine Legrand’s 'Patchwork: A World Tour' is an important step towards finally giving this art form the appreciation it deserves

Immersive Architectural Installations by Sarah Zapata Expand Rich Textile Traditions

Poppy DeltaDawn Unravels Fiber Art’s Queered Histories; Chicago-based artist reminds us that the art of weaving is just as ancient as the existence of transgender people

Discover Connections Between Immersive Installation and Exhibition of Prayer Carpets at The Textile Museum

Katie Shulman’s Delicate Dance With Fiber; If the body as a point of inspiration was once an innocent or abstract notion for the fiber artist, her more recent work can no longer avoid the body as battleground

Kumihimo: Braiding the Thread

Doug Harvey: Coming Ravelled: The Crochet Coral Reef as Outsider Art

Embroidered Snacks and Mass-Produced Food by Alicja Kozlowska Chew On Consumerist Culture

'Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories' at the Skirball

Artist Peter Frederiksen and His Classic Cartoons Suspend Tense Moments of Sabotage in Embroidery

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