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    From Ningxia to Nichols

    A selection from the collection of Chinese rugs of the New York-based Antique Rug Studio will be exhibited at the China (Qinghai) International Carpet Exhibition in Xining in June 2018. This article introduces the different types of carpets made for the domestic and export markets in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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    A Persian weaving legacy

    A collection of Persian tribal rugs and kilims on show for the first time at the China (Qinghai) International Carpet Exhibition in Xining in June may be a catalyst in the development of a wider interest in traditional carpets in the world’s largest potential market.

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    Stars of the Caucasus—Azerbaijani Embroideries

    Embroideries of the 16th-18th centuries from the west Caspian region are the subject of a book, produced by Hali Publications, to be published on the occasion of the International Symposium on Azerbaijani Carpets on 17-20 October 2017.

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    Istanbul Carpet Week, 1-4 October 2017

    Two important exhibitions of historic carpets are opening at Istanbul’s Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum during Istanbul Carpet Week, hosted by the Istanbul Carpet Dealers’ Association (IHIB) in association with COVER and HALI, 1-4 October 2017.

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    Islamic Art in Dallas

    The Keir Collection of Islamic Art Gallery opened at the Dallas Museum of Art on 18 April 2017, with a long-term installation in a new purpose-designed space dedicated to Islamic art. The new installation features more than 100 works from the Keir Collection, including a substantial number that have never previously been exhibited. Assembled over five… Read more »

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    Anatolian Kilims in Baden-Württemberg

    This autumn, Harry Koll and Sabine Steinbock will put on an exhibition of 30 Anatolian kilims at Kunstverein Aalen in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

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    Lucien Viola and Tamy Mézian-Tazi, Marrakesh

    Coinciding with the HALI Tour in Morocco, an exhibition of first-class Moroccan urban embroideries and rural ceremonial textiles was held at Galérie Rê in Marrakesh from 12 May to 24 June 2017.

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