Women With Fibre – MUJERES CON FIBRA: March 5, 2013 (Uruguay)

 

 

 

 

 

Women of Fibre

 

 

 

 

 

 

Invitacion

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THROUGH MARCH 21ST

http://issuu.com/agonso/docs/catalogomujeresconfibra2013/1

Information: http://www.montevideo.gub.uy

—Silvia Piza-Tandlich

Textile Journeys In Uruguay – Travesías Textiles en el Uruguay

The success of World Textile Art (WTA) exhibit, “Textile Journeys” in Uruguay includes very interesting side exhibitions such as “Inclusive Nets” (Redes Inclusivas) in the city of Maldonado.

Travesías Textiles

We had already enjoyed the presence of artist Humberto Demarco in the 4th WTA Biennial in San José, Costa Rica. Demarco, who offered a sensorial art workshop for the blind in 2006 here in Costa Rica, is now offering “Inclusive Nets” workshops in Uruguay, where sight and motor incapacitation victims can learn to weave.

http://www.redespecialuruguaya.blogspot.com/

Congratulations to WTA President, Ms. Pilar Tobón, and all artists involved in this very special exhibition.

—Silvia Piza-Tandlich

“The Great South” – EL GRAN SUR

First Biennial of Montevideo: “The Great South”
Montevideo, Uruguay
2012/2013
 
Textile and fiber art is an important part of this great exhibit, which has been curated by Alfons Hug. The inaugural ceremony took place on November 22, 2012 within four historic buildings in the Old Quad of Montevideo, Uruguay. 
More than 50 artists and many groups from around the world, have been invited to participate in this event, which will run until  March 30, 2013.
Montevideo BiennialFundación Bienal de Montevideo

Rincón 739,
11100 Montevideo
Uruguay

Tel.: + 598 29031356

Email: info@bienaldemontevideo.com.uy
Website: bienaldemontevideo.com

—Silvia Piza-Tandlich

Expo Punta Arte in Uruguay

Expo-Punta-Arte-2013Expo Punta Arte, 5th Edition. December 29, 2012 through February 23, 2013.
This event aims to gather more than a hundred artists:
national and international painters, sculptors, and textile artists as well as
artists from related disciplines.
The event is held since 2008 at the “School Number 5: Alejandro & Samuel Lafone”
—a historic and patrimonial building on Avenue Gorlero 692 & 23rd Street in the
great city of Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Today, this exhibition is considered one of the most important
artistic expressions in South America.
—Silvia Piza-Tandlich

Brazilean creator is present in Łódź Triennial – Creadora Brasileira presente en Trienal de Łódź

14th International Triennial of Tapestry, Łódź, Poland

May 3rd – Nov. 6th, 2013

Artist/artista: Zilamar Takeda – São Paulo, Brasil

Work/obra: “Party dress”

Materials: silk, hemp, natural cotton fiber, indigo-dyed hair, gauze weave dyed with coconut fiber, merino wool, natural silk, ceramics, Brazilean seeds.

Materiales: seda, cáñamo, fibra de algodón natural, pelo teñido con índigo, tejido de gasa teñida con fibra de coco, lana de merino, seda natural,
cerámicas, semillas brasileiras.

Contact/contacto: zilamar@zilamartakeda.com.br

—Silvia Piza-Tandlich