handloom haat in delhi - wall hanging wash basin

by:KEDIBO     2019-07-07
handloom haat in delhi  -  wall hanging wash basin
Importantly, the government's brick hand loom Haat-and-
Mortar strives to create a textile craft and heritage center located in Janpath-
The way of the people.
Because the idea is to connect the Weaver with us, to enable those who have the ability to turn a simple life into a profession.
Keep our legacy alive in a changing world.
"The idea is to start connecting people with their history and heritage," said Sujata Prasad, who retired as an Additional Secretary to the Ministry of Culture.
She is now a consultant at the Craft Museum.
She took me to the exhibition and lived every piece of work.
Some of them were collected by herself (
Just like kalamkari told the full Ramayana work)
Museum of Arts and Crafts (
Like phulkari)
From the Craftsman itself (
Rahul Salvi silk Patan Dora like Rohit).
Everything is good.
Label us and tell us some of the craft, work and details of the weavers.
The exhibition itself is divided into five areas: porcelain area, Ikat area, embroidery area, splendid area and Khadi area.
In the future, each session will develop into a different Biennale, starting from the world Hadi Biennale in Ahmadinejad (October 2019)
, The beauty of Varanasi (September 2020)
Chintz, Jaipur (December 2020)
Ikat, Hyderabad (February 2021)
Embroidery in Srinagar (June 2021).
At the exhibition, the idea also links similar craft forms from around the world --
In each section, there is a map showing where the craft is still practiced-
Both Indonesia and Turkmenistan have Ikat, and designers, buyers and technicians of clothing and interior space will be involved.
"This is a destination event," said Ramesh Prasanna, a cultural entrepreneur and director of International Union, government interface and media from the Biennales team.
He calls it textile and cultural tourism, which, like the Kochi Biennale, has different elements throughout the city.
Prasad, a consultant for the Biennale and the Asian Heritage Foundation, the custodian of the Biennale, is looking forward to collecting the "little" history --
The larger traditional narrative is well known and has been told, she said.
But a family that sings its own songs while weaving will now be able to make the world see not only the fabric, but also the side of their lives.
You will find out at the exhibition
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Repeated patterns are bright orange Chettinad saris in natural dyes, as well as works by textile researcher Rta Kapur Chishti personal jamdani series and more.
But not just old;
There are also contemporary works and themes, and the Weavers experiment with fabrics they have not traditionally used.
In all of this, there are a patchwork of three artisans, Sarojben Rathore, who provide the context in which she sees life: "Gujarat Earthquake", "Life in the public Ideal Village of Gujarat stateGojul Gaam’.
The exhibition was brought together by a khadi work covering the bright lights above the head, though it may have been inadvertent.
The large windows are covered with more material, shielding the debris from the harsh sun.
Through his 50 years of work in the cultural field, Rajeev Sethi ,-
Trustee of the Asian Heritage Foundation, now a mentor for the Biennale
He said he was concerned that crafting could be overwhelmed by machines and fakes.
"If you really want to be a conscious consumer, you have to thank the efforts that have been made to develop these traditions . . . . . . We need to understand why ikat is
"There is a brocade on the loom, and there is porcelain or embroidery on the loom," he said . ".
The Biennale is just the beginning.
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