Museum Tsaritsyno, Moscow
Started at Devon Guild of Craftsmen in Bovey Tracey and is accompanied by a new catalogue
Bovey Tracey, UK 13th January - 26th February 2012
Munich, Germany, 19th May - 16th June 2012
Sale, Manchester, UK, 28th July - 13th October 2012 (Voices Plus)
Cheshire, UK, 20th October - 20th November 2012
Sedbergh, Cumbria, UK, 19th Jan - 7th April 2013
Cirencester, UK, 19th May - 7th July 2013
This exhibition opened on the 16th July 2007 at the Minerva Arts Centre in Llanidloes, Powys, Wales, UK.
A 96 page book accompanied the exhibition and focuses on the process of making, from original idea through to designing, layering and stitching.
Llanidloes, Wales, 16th July- 15th September 2007
Denmark, 10th November 2007- 3rd March 2008
Gloucester, U.K. 26th April - 31st May 2008
Gent, Belgium. 21st June - 14th September 2008
Rijswijk, the Netherlands. 6th December 2008 - 11th January 2009
Kecskemét, Hungary, 30th January - 1st March 2009
Quilt Art 20
About Quilt Art 20:
'The Quilt Art group's international membership results in work ranging from responses to time, place and politics to formal explorations of colour, rhythm and process. What unites them is a self-assurance in what they do.' Dr Susan Marks, Selvedge, 2007.
'Diversity has always proved one of the group's greatest strengths, through makers' selection and employment of new and traditional techniques and materials and, of equal significance, their individual cultural heritages.' Collins Gallery, Glasgow, 2005.
'The Quilt Art group ... has selectively absorbed relevant concerns from the wider textile and fine art context.' Dr Stepahnie Brown, Textile Perspectives, 2005.
Collins Gallery, Glasgow, U.K. 2nd July – 20th August 2005
Royal Cornwall Museum, U.K. 26th November – 30th December 2005
Bankfield Museum, Halifax, U.K. 7th January – 5th March 2006
Gloucester Museum, U.K. 18th March – 29th April 2006
Harley Gallery, Nottinghamshire, U.K. 13th May – 25rd June 2006
Stedelijk Museum, Roermond, The Netherlands, 17th September, 2006 - 7th January 2007
Budapest Gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 19th January - 4th March 2007
Nordwestdeutsches Museum für IndustrieKultur, Delmenhorst, Germany, 18th March - 20th May 2007
National Craft Gallery, Casltle Yard Kilkenny, Ireland, 9th June - 15th July 2007
Wesserling, France, 6th September – end of October 2007
8th - 10th November 2007
2nd December 2007 - 27th January 2008
Kurpfälzisches Museum Heidelberg, Germany, 24th February – 13th July 2008
In 2010 Quilt Art had been in existence for 25 years. We were celebrating this with a major touring exhibition. A 96 page book accompanying this exhibition (and A Slice of Quilt Art) focuses on the studio work, the ideas and the making of the pieces.
Quilt Art at 25 - Textilsammlung Max Berk, Heidelberg 2011-2012
Halifax, UK 17th July - 29th August 2010
Quay arts, Isle of Wight, UK 23rd October - 27th November 2010
, York, UK, 5th February - 2nd May 2011
Cancelled due to museum refurbishment
Denbighshire, Wales, U.K. 11th June - 13th August 2011
Heidelberg, Germany, September 18th 2011 - March 18th 2012
This is an exhibition showing perhaps a slightly different side of Quilt Art's members. In a long, narrow format everyone is encouraged to experiment and take risks … Images from this exhibition is also featured in the above mentioned book.
A Slice of Quilt Art at Museum Rijswijk, 2011-2012
NEC, Birmingham, UK August 19-22 2010. See pictures below
Munich, Germany, November - December 2010
Sitges, Spain, 17th - 20th March 2011
, Prague, Czech, 1st - 4th April 2011
Tinahely, Ireland, April 30th - May 28th 2011
Budapest, Hungary, 25th August - 25th September 2011
the Netherlands, November 19th,2011 - January 8th 2012
Veldhoven, the Netherlands, April 29th - June 9th 2012
St Stephens, Cornwall, UK, 31th August - 10th September 2012
Veenwouden, the Netherlands, 26th January - 3rd March 2013
Voices at Waterside Arts Centre
Quilt Art: International Expressions, US tour exhibit
(Quilt Art 20)
The exhibition created to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the founding of Quilt Art. A book/catalogue produced for this occasion shows examples of each members work (current members at the time of the printing), both recent in the form of one or more quilts from the show as well as earlier work.Quilt Art 20 toured Europe from 2005 - 2008 with little detours to Japan and Canada Pictures from the the Canadian and Japanese venue can be seen further down on this page
Read an article from ARTES magazine about us – and we have heard that the exhibition had just under 34,000 visitors at Doylestown!
Minnetrista Cultural Center & Oakhurst Gardens, Muncie, IN, June 12th - August 29th 2010
Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, Florida, September 12th - November 7th 2010
Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia, OR, February 4th - April 24th 2011
Oregon Historical Society, Portland, Oregon, July 1st - August 29th 2011
James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, September 10th 2011 - January 1st 2012
Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, Gross Point Shore, MI, January 26th - March 25th, 2012
The Karl and Helen Burger Gallery, Union, NJ, January 24th - April 4th, 2013
The Sioux City Arts Center, Sioux City, Iowa, November 9th, 2013 - January 5th, 2014
20th November 2013 - 10th February 2014
This exhibition was featuring over 70 textile artworks made over the last four years in the Bread House, a part of the State Historical, Architectural, Art and Landscape Museum-Reserve ‘Tsaritsyno’ in Moscow. It was the largest Quilt Art exhibition we have ever shown and the first time we were exhibiting in Russia. It celebrateted the diversity and distinctiveness of artistic vision combined with technical excellence.
After preparations of more than a year, Inge Hueber, Eszter Bornemisza and Mirjam Pet-Jacobs went to Moscow to attend the opening of our 73 works containing exhibition (QA25, A Slice and Voices), to hold some talks at a symposium and to give workshops.
In 11 consecutive halls the museum exhibited the large QA exhibition and, in the last hall, a small solo show of works in the Mola technique by the Japanese artist Fumiko Nakayama. Her work was executed and presented beautifully but unfortunately there was little artistic connection with the QA works.
A small opening hall showed information about all artists hung on the walls and above a long plinth covered with sand, representing their path of development. Each hall was filled by one, two or three of us, interesting combinations yet always in harmony. Good use was made of long sand-covered plinths and light boxes that showed off some artworks. In the centre hall one could hear melodious sounds, composed by Alexander Marchenko, who was also responsible for the musical composition of the opening performance.
Each hall was filled with its own energy, ranging from quiet meditation to resounding emotions. The high ceilings gave every exhibit a serene and almost sacral atmosphere. It was obvious that there were 21 (including the Japanese artist) highly personal voices echoing the souls of the makers.
In her opening speech Russian artist Mila Vvedenskaya who had designed the exhibition. expressed her sincere gratitude and thankfulness to have been able to work so intensely with the artworks; she had come to feel very deep friendship with the QA artists: “Our souls are following the same flow. The artists show the world in many aspects and not only their personal lives. Used materials and techniques are unique and personal. All the produced stitches are able to fill the viewer with energy. The work definitely can hold up the art level found in painting, sculpture and other mediums.”
The exhibition is accompanied by a full-colour 128 p. catalogue with all artworks.
The venue itself is overwhelming and the Russian organised a stunning opening performance. …