Venue: Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, Manggha, Krakow, Poland. June – September 2015 KIMONO UN-PERFECT is an interactive installation
This kimono was hand sewn of old damask fabrics, previously used as tablecloths on the excursion ship Hjälmaren, which sailed
Matsushima ah! A-ah, Matsushima, ah! Matsushima, ah! #For me Matsushima is an expression of love. I ask people of different
Who haven’t thought about a dress while sitting at a table covered with a tablecloth made of a beautiful textile?
During my research concerning Japanese textiles i’ve found a polysemantic word ‘hinagata’. its spelling in Japanese characters ‘kanji’ is 雛形
In the old days kimono were all kinds of wear (exactly as the word ‘kimono’ means). Its purpose was to
What is the first image you see when you hear words “wedding party”? In my minds eye it’s a row
Nazwa stroju: kimono ślubne 結婚式の着物 Materiał: adamaszek lniany Technika: nadruk, sitodruk Rok: 2011 Historia Do uszycia tego kimona użyłam
At the beginning of the Kimono project Joanna said she decided to start with a form of kimono and go
Such a feeling when all starts comingtogether even if just then i dont usually see that it will look as
This work is about Matsushima, Irina and Piak are filming here last part of it before the exhibition, and i haven’t
“sadness of poverty”, poverty scares .. scares and attracts I have Wabi inside, it is comforting, poverty is as much scaring
Dear friends your opinion meters so please help us to choose the most interesting affish for the coming exhibition:) thanks!!
I am delighted to Invite You to my coming Exhibition KIMONO UN-PERFECT at the MANGGHA Museum of Japanese Art and
Working on notes on particular Joanna’s kimonos. Today it was the Open air kimono with plates and fruits printed on
Looking for information about Itchiku Kubota for a chapter about shibori dyeing technique I have opened a book on the
The beautiful Manggha Museum where the Kimono Reconstruction Project exhibition is planned to june 2015, (full name: Manggha Museum of
Aleksandra is an art historian with a special area of interest in Japanese art, especially woodblock prints, chadō and theatre.