January 6 - April 2, 2018
Although woven fabrics are naturally the most prevalent, including jacquard weaving, there are also more experimental approaches to the work with textiles that challenge the materials and their usual composition.
There are 40 works on display, which are selected by a three-person jury representing the ETF-European Tapestry Forum. The works are selected from 118 submitted. Particularly prized was Pawel Kielpinski's work "Steel" which was the most outstanding.
At ARTAPESTRY5, the following 38 professional weavers from 12 countries in the Nordic countries and Europe participate:
Gudrun Pagter (DK), Dorthe Herup (N), Carmen Groza (B), Gunilla Holmgren (S), Gunilla Petersson (S), Sarah Perret (F), Ann Nyberg (S), Anna Ray(GB-SCT), Feliksas Jakubauskas (LT), Amanda Gizzi (GB-SCT), Aino Kajaniemi (FI), Ane Henriksen (DK), Brita Been (N), Fiona Hutchison (GB-SCT), Ariadna Donner (FI), Renata Rozsívalová (CZ), Mette Hansen (DK), Marika Száraz (B, H), Emöke (F), Irina Kolesnikova (D), Kristina Daukintyté Aas (N), Karina Presttun Nøkleby (N), Ewa Bartosz Mazus (PL) Inge Thorning (DK), Peter Horn (D), Joanne Soroka (GB-SCT), Elzbieta Kedzia (PL), Fiona Rutherford (GB-SCT), Birgitte Fløe (DK), Katherine Lavocat (F), Dorota Taranek ), Zygmunt Lukasiewicz (PL), Margaret Jones (GB), Solveig Aalberg (N), Pawel Kielpinski (PL), Charlotte Schrøder (DK), Anet Brusgaard (DK), Margrethe Agger (DK).
The exhibition continues to Kulturcentrum Ronneby in Sweden, Mark Rothko Art Center, Daugavpils in Latvia and the ARAD Museum of Art in Romania.
Events in connection with the exhibition.
During the exhibition period there will be public tours with weaver Anne Mette Larsen on 27 January, 24 February and 31 March. All days at 13.00. And lecture by weave and art historian Ulrikka Mokdad 1 March at 19.00