EXHIBITIONS

KNOTTED MEMORIES

War in Afghan rug art

 

Till Passow Collection

27th February to 20th March 2015

 

Introduction

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Wasim Frembgen

Islamic scholar


FRONT ROW

Exhibition participation at CFA Contemporary Fine Arts

Saturday 22nd February - 26th April 2014


ANTIQUE ANATOLIAN CICIMS

Thomas Herr Collection

Saturday 19th October - Saturday 2nd November 2013


ANTIQUE ANATOLIAN KILIMS
FROM THE GALVESTON COLLECTION

 

October 25th - 29th 2012, 12 - 22 Uhr


ALADINS RESTERAMPE

Artist furniture and rugs made of recycling materials

8th - 22nd October 2011


TIBETAN STYLE

Carpets from the past

16th -  30th October 2010

Antique Tibetan rugs are an Caprice in the world of Oriental rugs, small jewels for the good mood.


VERSCHLISSEN, GETRICKST, ZERSCHNITTEN

Masterful reflection of Textile Art by Era

31st October - 14th November 2009


KNOTS!

A collection of moroccan rugs

Music: Bob Rutman, Kristof Hahn, Nico Lippolis

25th October - 8th November 2008

 

 

Mathias Hornung, CRISSCROSS

26th October - 10th November 2007

 

 

ANTIQUE TIBETAN CARPETS

FROM THE LAND OF NYANG

Preview in the frame of the Volkmanntreffens

27th October 2006

Exhibition

2nd - 11th November 2006

 

 

FLOWERS EVERYWHERE

New Bessarabian and antique Sharköy

flatweaves from old Europe.

Photographs from BEATRICE MINDA

8. - 29. April 2006

 

 

MAROCCO MON AMOUR

Marvellous textile tradition of the kingdom Marocco

Book presentation of Kurt Rainer

12. Mai 2005

Exhibition

12. - 28 Mai 2005

 

 

WHITE, BLACK AND TAN

Textile minimalism from Anatolia

4. - 25. September 2004

 

 

Mathias Hornung, RELIEFS

3. - 10. April 2004

 

 

ANTIQUE TURKMEN RUGS AND CARPETS

8. - 22. November 2003

 

 

ANTIQUE SILK FROM CHINA

Lecture by Wilhelm Kümmerer

30. October 2002

 

 

SKY ABOVE DESERT II

Rare berber carpets and textiles

from the region of Tasnacht/Marocco

19. October - 02. November 2002

WANGDEN CARPETS OF TIBET

6. Dezember 1997 – 4. Januar 1998

Indigo Gallery 

Kathmandu

 

 

While traveling in a remote valley in central Tibet in 1995, we discovered the place of origin of the Wangden rugs named after this area. We found rug knotting families who still remembered the age-old manufacturing tradition and commissioned our first pieces. The results of this revived form of folk art were first shown in the winter of 1997 in the Indigo Gallery in Kathmandu, Nepal.