Hali Publications Ltd. Volume 34 Summer 2012. Includes Pre-Columbian textiles in Antwerp, classical Turkish rugs in a private collection in Chicago, Indonesian textiles in Rotterdam and a royal carpet commission from Persia in the 17th century.
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London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2013. Volume 36 Winter 2013. Compass Editorial: A discussion about the importance of museum exhibitions imparting knowledge to the public leads to exciting news about the HALI tours. Dialogue: Introducing the HALI UK tour; an ICOC special event in Budapest and Vienna; an online auction breaks a world.....
Volume 5 Number 2. 1982 *The Manufacture of Pile Carpets in Bronze Age Central Asia *Melas Rugs from Asia Minor *Sofreh and Ru-Korssi *Baluch Rugs from Afghanistan *Early Ninghsia Carpets *Chinese Carpets in the V&A *The Calligraphic Tradition in Chinese Carpets.
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2014. Volume 36 Summer 2014. A look at the Wher Collection, one of the world’s best private collection of carpets and textiles, the new Carpet Hall at the MAK, Vienna and Crosby's Ersari donation to the Ashmolean. We analyse a Nazca feather ‘apron’, look at the.....
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2014. Volume 36 Summer 2014.Breaking new ground The President of the Board of Trustees introduces The Textile Museum, reopening in March 2015, while multiple curators survey the museum’s inaugural exhibition in its brand new home on the Foggy Bottom campus of the US capital’s George Washington.....
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2015. Volume 37 Spring 2015.Compass Editorial: Daniel Shaffer, HALI’s Executive Editor, considers the new Textile Museum at GWU in Washington DC and the ICOC in the same city during August Dialogue: A new museum for world cultures opens and tapestries from the Zaleski Collection in Milan; Sotheby’s carpet.....
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2015. Volume 37 Winter 2015. *African Textiles from the Karun Thakar Collection *Pre-Columbian Slings *Armenian Altar Hangings *Berber Textiles and more.
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2016. Volume 38 Summer 2016. "The Iran Edition is dedicated to Iran: masterpieces from The National Carpet Museum, Tehran; Parviz Tanavoli; Silks from Mazandaran; Seljuk textiles; Amoghli; Qashqa’i weavings and Fars rugs. Also silk shawls of the Punjab, the Nemati collection, Turkmen carpets and more in HALI 188."
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2016. Volume 38 Autumn 2016. "'T'Textiles and Minimalism' in San Francisco; 'Opus Anglicanum' English needlework; Ancient Andean textiles at Yale University; British-made Kinghorne Carpet in Edinburgh; Buddebergs' Tibetan rugs and Himalayan art; 'Power and Protection' in Islamic art; Martin Posth's Anatolian carpets; The conservation of a....
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2016. Volume 38 Winter 2016. "Imam Reza Shrine Carpet Museum in Mashhad, Iran; beads in African art; Moroccan embroidered shawls; collectors Muzaffar Kaplan and Jack Corwin; Turkmen embroidered pouches; Iban weavings from Borneo; a Francis Bacon rug; Ca’ d’Oro exhibition, Venice and more in HALI 190."
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2017. Volume 39 Spring 2017. "Iranian art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Court Costume from Okinawa"
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2017. Volume 39 Winter 2017. Highlights from HALI 194:The China Edition: 2,000 years of textile artProfileWang Xuancheng, a leading Chinese carpet collectorTravellers’ talesTextiles and tribal art in Hong KongAnatomy of an objectA Ming-period Chinese carpetFeaturesLloyd Cotsen collection • John Thomson photographs and Chinese costume • 20th-century...
London: Hali Publications Ltd., 2018. Volume 40 Winter 2018. Travellers’ talesThe textile culture of Japan CommentDebating the origins of Anatolian kilims Anatomy of an objectA Salor Turkmen kejebe camel trapping FeaturesNew perspectives on Central Asian ikats • Masterpieces from Moscow’s State Museum of Oriental Art • Inscribed Persian prayer rugs...
Volume 1 Number 2. Summer 1978 *Turkish Landscape Carpets *18th Century North-West Persian Garden Carpets *Large Medallion Suzani *Silk Carpets in the Modern World *Fisher Collection of Oriental Rugs.
Volume 5 Number 4. 1983 *Qashqa'i Khorjins in Philadelphia *The Animal Head Design in Lori/Bakhtiyari Weavings *Gabbehs of Fars: An Abstract Tribal Art *Gabbeh *Anatolian Kilims *Rugs of the Afghanistan Baluch.
Volume 6 Number 1. 1983 *Heriz Rugs *Classical Kilims *Changing Patterns in Anatolian Carpets from Two Paintings in France and China Around 1400 *Ernst Holtzer: 19th Century Photographer *Krishna Riboud.
Volume 6 Number 2. 1984 *Salor Carpets *The Classic Navajo Blanket *Lotto Rugs *Anatolian Rugs from the 13th-16th Centuries.
Volume 6 Number 3. 1984 *Dragon Sumakhs *Islimi *Changes in Carpet Making in the Caucasus During the Last Century *Rugs with Armenian Inscriptions and Associated Designs *Mor Dechy in the Caucasus 1884-1907 *Techniques and Methods of Carpet Restoration *Odshak Bashi *Ainu Costume.
Volume 6 Number 4. 1984 *Turkish Carpets in the V&A *Town Carpets from Pahlavi, Iran *The Role of Carpets within the 19th Century Persian Household *The Origin of the 'Serapi' Carpet Design *The Stylistic Development of the Kashmir Shawl.
Volume 7. January 1985 *Carpets from Afghanistan *The McCoy Jones Tribal Rugs at the De Young Museum, San Francisco *Rugs of the Mushwani Tribe of Northwestern Afghanistan *A Georgian Festive Carpet.
Volume 7. April/May/June 1985 *Anatolian Kilims *Masterweavers of Istanbul *Islamic Art.
Volume 7. July/August/September 1985 *Central Asian Ikats *Carpets in Paintings *Pre-Columbian Textiles.
Volume 7. October/November/December 1985 *Indian Arts *Ladik Prayer Rugs *Hammersmith Carpets.
Volume 8. January/February/March 1986 *Nuremberg Tapestries *Noh Theatre Costume *South Persian Tribal Rugs.
Volume 1 Number 3. Autumn 1978 *International Conference on Oriental Carpets, London *New Light on the Pazyryk Carpet *Early Animal Carpets in Western Paintings *The Sheffield Exhibition of Vase *technique Rugs *'Paradox' in Persian Carpet Patterns *The Development of Four Kazak Designs *Qashqa'i of Iran *Rugs from the Great Mosque...