Hali Fair Online 20-30 May 2022

Category: Fairs and conferences

The virtual Hali Fair returns 20-30 May 2022, focused on antique rugs and textiles from around the world. The Fali Fair Online includes a Fair, Exhibitions and Events, all free to view from 20 May without registration.

Online Fair

More than twenty international specialist dealers present a selection of antique rugs and textiles, displayed online with images and information. The attending dealers include Alberto Boralevi, Alberto Levi, Amir Oskouei, Brian MacDonald, Cora Ginsburg, David Sorgato, Farzin Mollaian, Gallery Aydin, Gebhart Blazek, Hadi Maktabi, Hazara Gallery, Iwan Maktabi, James Cohen, John Ruddy, Jonathan Hope, Markus Voigt, Max Lerch, Mohammad Tehrani, Nomadno, Perryman Carpets, Rudolf Smend, Sadegh Memarian, Serkan Sari and Thomas Murray.

Alberto Levi: Qashqa’i Lion Rug Southern Iran Circa 1930
Serkan Sari: Dragon Kazak Carpet Caucasus Dated 1899
Mohammad Tehrani: Yomut Karadashli Chuval Turkmenistan 19th Century
Max Lerch: Dragon Carpet Caucasus 17th century
James Cohen: Bakshiash Carpet Northwest Iran Circa 1890
Hadi Maktabi: Sauj Bulagh with Herati Pattern Iran Dated 1230 Hijri (1813)
Gallery Aydin: Beshir Main Carpet Turkmenistan Circa 1850
Farzin Mollaian: Rollakan Pictorial Textile Sweden 18th Century
David Sorgato: Dragon Sileh Sumak Flatweave Azerbaijan Early 19th Century
Alberto Boralevi: Embroidered Qibla Prayer Hanging Greece 19th Century

Events

Lectures, conversations and presentations of rugs and textiles from museum collections will be available on-demand to watch for the duration of HALI Fair Online 2022. This includes
Documentary preview Preserving Turkish Weaving Traditions, Presentation from Musée des Tissus et des Arts Décoratifs Lyon, Presentation from The Burrell Collection Glasgow, Cabana conversation Martina Mondadori & Umberto Pasti and the film Fabulous Creatures.

The Burrell Collection, Glasgow

Exhibition

An exhibition Tribal Weaving of Fars curated for HALI Fair Online will present southwest Persian weavings from two Iranian collections: that of the artist and collector Parviz Tanavoli, and of the Iranian-Swiss rug brand Zollanvari.

Online exhibition Tribal Weavings of Fars

More information

Link and more information: Hali Fair Online



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