Mon, 17 Oct|
Woolwich Library of Things
BFEG Project MACHI Tapestry Art Exhibition
Tapestry, by definition, is a strong textile fabric either woven or sewn with colored threads creating a picture (image) or a design (pattern). BFEG Tapestry Exhibitions open gallery view will show case Art piece by African local artists with unique craft skills.
Time & Location
17 Oct 2022, 10:00 – 30 Oct 2022, 17:00
Woolwich Library of Things, Woolwich Centre Library, 35 Wellington St, London SE18 6HQ, UK
About the event
In today’s contemporary African art world, tapestry has become a fabulous vehicle for contemporary African artists to create some of the most exciting work on (and off) the continent.
Thread art, embroidery, weaving, knotting, sewing, stitching are all terms that are easily recognized but the new dynamism comes with the nontraditional mediums, the contemporary context and imagery, the fluidity of form and structure, the oblique outline; the deconstruction and the reconstruction of what we are familiar with. BFEG Project MACHI Tapestry Art Exhibition will showcase Art work from local artists, Africa women weaver any young people peom and poetry from 17th - 30th October this is an open view gallery at Woolwich Library .