AE4 in Deutsches Textilmuseum 2019

Asia-Europe4 continues in Deutsches Textilmuseum, Krefeld (DE), from 16. May - 18. August 2019.
The exhibition is successful. Innumerable marks of sympathy are written in the guestbook and we receive kind messages about feelings of beauty, poetry, philosophy and quality of the exhibition.

Sincere thanks to all visitors and your comments.

Next stop will be in Denmark, Dronninglund Kunstcenter, 26. April - 26. June, 2020. Welcome!

AE4 opened in Tournai 1.March 2019

Asia-Europe 4 exhibition opened in Tournai, Belgium 1. March, 2019 and will be open until 28. April, 2019.
The exhibition presents in 3 loacations:
-Tamat (Centre de la Tapisserie, des Arts Muraux et des Arts du Tissu de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles)
-le CRECIT (Ateliers Tournaisiens de Tapisserie)
-le Centre de la Marionette de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles - Musée des Arts de la Marionette
Opening hours: Tues-Fri 9h30 - 12h30 and 14h00 - 17h00, Sat-Sun 14h00 - 17h00
Entry fee: 5€

The opening 1. March, 2019, proceeded in following order:
-at 16h30 in CRECIT , 2 rue Paul Pastur
-at 17h30 in Centre de la Marionette, 47 rue Saint-Martin ()
-at 18h30 in Tamat, 9 Place Reine Astrid

Exhibition is curated by Marika Szaraz.

The exhibition was opened by Ministre-Président de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles Rudy Demotte, Président du College provincial, Directrice Béatrice Pennant and curator Marika Szaraz. 
Here are links to articles and videos from the exhibition in Tournai locations:

Asia-Europe 4 tours 2019-20

Asia-Europe 4 exhibition opens in
Musée de la Tapisserie, Tournai, Belgium 
from the 1. Marchto 28. April,2019.
After Tournai the exhibition travels to Germany
and opens in the Deutsches Textilmuseum Krefeld
at the 12. Mayand will go on until 18. August,2019.
Next stop for the Asia-Europe 4 exhibition will be in 
Dronninglund Kunstcenter in Denmark
fromthe 19. Aprilto 7. June, 2020.
Asia-Europe III opens in Lithuania

Asia-Europe III exhibition opens for the 3rd and last time in the beautiful museum of Janina Monkute-Marks Museum-Gallery, Kedainiai, Lithuania on 12th Jan, 2018 at 5 pm.

The exhibition is open until 10th March, 2018.

Here's incitation card to the opening.

The images are from left: Beili Liu (CN), "Toil" (180 x 120 cm, silk organza); Jin-Sook So (KR), "Untitled 1-3" (12 x Ø 43 cm; 15 x Ø 43 cm; 12 x Ø 42 cm, personal technique; steel mesh, electroplated, silver, gold and steel mesh thread) and Lina Ringeliené (LT), “Abloom I, Abloom II”; “Echinodermata” (10 x 17 x 19 cm; 32 x 23 x 9 cm; 34 x 32 x 15 cm, personal technique; guts, rose thorns, lava stones, onyx, quarts, plaster).

Selected artists for AE4

Artists or the Asia-Europe 4 exhibition:
Antra Augustinovica - Estonia
Valerie Buess - Germany
Isabel Berglund - Denmark
NoraChalmet - Belgium
Sui Park  - Korea
Catherine Chanteloube - France
Cho Yuhn Kyung - Korea
Moon Jiyoung - Korea
Wlodzimierz Cygan - Poland
Judit Droppa - Hungary
Yasuko Iyanaga - Japan
Chikako Imaizumi - Japan
Asta Fedaraviciute - Lituanie
Hui Liu - China
Kakuko ishii - Japan
Kela Cremachi – Italy
Raija Jokinen - Finland
Yukako Sorai - Japan
Cha Young Soon - Korea
Mitsuru Kuroki - Japan
MakikoWakisaka - Japan 
Terezia Krnàcovà - Slovakia 
Miki Nakamura - Japan 
Minako Watanabe - Japan 
Leyun Wang - China
Maria Ortega - Spain
Sandrine Pincemaille - France 
Toko Hayashi - Japan
Lina Ringeliené - Lithuania
Tanikawa Tsuruko - Japan
Marie-Noelle Risack - Belgium
Elsbet Wiens - Germany
Takumi Ushio - Japan
Wu Fan - China
Magda Sobon - Poland
Marika Szaraz Luxemburg / Hungary

Opening Asia-Europe 3 in Lodz, PL

The Asia-Europe 3 exhibition was opened in the Central Museum of Textiles, Łódź, Poland on the 7th Sept, 2017 and it will be open until 12th Nov, 2017

In the opening curator Marika Szaraz gave a speech:

The Asia-Europe Fiber Art exhibitions where founded in 2009 by Erny PIRET. The concept of the Asia-Europe exhibitions is to show the rich and creative imagination of European- and Asian textile artists through their specific cultures.
 The exhibition presents a particular vision of textile and fiber art works, signifying that artists exclusively use the technique to express themselves.If Asian works are authentic, and their culture is a continuation of their traditions, Europeans have nothing to envy, they have every reason to be proud of their ingenuity, diversity and originality.Convinced of these qualities I have accepted works, that are executed in traditional Asian techniques, only created by Asian artists.
Each of the selected European artists have made a personal research, experien…

Call for works, AE 4, new deadline!

The deadline for applications to participate in the 4th edition of 'Asia-Europe' is changing foreward to 1 july 2017.