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  • Hot Pink Fuzz: Group Textile Art Show Opening

    August 11, 2010 by Britex Fabrics

    August 14 - September 8, 2010 and reception: Saturday, August 14, 6:30 - 10:00 pm. An opening reception will take place 6:30 - 10:00 on Saturday, August 14. Miss Muju, Monyomonyo, and Snaggs at GRSF, 618 Shrader Street, SF, CA 94117. Giant Robot is proud to host Hot Pink Fuzz, a group textile art show featuring new work by Miss Muju, Monyomonyo, and Snaggs. Giant Robot was born as a Los Angeles-based magazine about Asian, Asian-American, and new hybrid culture in 1994, but has evolved into a full-service pop culture provider with shops and galleries in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City, as well as an online equivalent. (Wacky image by Miss Muju!)

  • To Dye For: A World Saturated in Color

    July 30, 2010 by Britex Fabrics

    To Dye For: A World Saturated in Color, July 31, 2010 - January 9, 2011, The de Young Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, San Francisco, CA 94118. To Dye For features over 50 textiles and costumes from the Fine Arts Museums’ comprehensive collection of textiles from Africa, Asia and the Americas. This exhibition showcases objects from diverse cultures and historical periods, including a tie-dyed mantle from the Wari-Nasca culture of pre-Hispanic Peru (500–900 A.D.), a paste-resist Mongolian felt rug from the 15th–17th century and a group of stitch-resist dyed 20th-century kerchiefs from the Dida people of the Ivory Coast. These historical pieces are contrasted with artworks from contemporary Bay Area artists. The exhibition highlights several recent acquisitions, including important gifts such as a pair of ikat-woven, early-20th-century women's skirts from the Iban people of Sarawak, Malaysia and two exquisite hand-painted and mordant-dyed Indian trade cloths used as heirloom cloths by the Toraja peoples of Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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