The City of Angers, heir to a long tradition and an invaluable heritage that includes the magnificent medieval Apocalypse by Jean Bondol, and the more contemporary Chant du Monde by Jean Lurçat, holds an eminent place in the world of tapestry and textile art.
Thanks to the Musée Jean Lurçat et de la tapisserie contemporaine, created in 1986 and boasting over 500 textile works acquired in 30 years, Angers has established a firm reputation as the city of tapestry and textile art, a reputation consolidated by its organization of the 8th edition of the Triennale Internationale de Mini-Textiles (International Textile Art Triennial).
The theme of this event is the following : As free as art!*
final deadline 28.Oktober 2016
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