12/12/19 - 12/12/20
Cleveland History Center
Arlene M. and Arthur S. Holden Textile Gallery (234)
Co-organized with the Seoul Museum of Craft Art, this exhibition celebrates anonymous women artists who triumphed over the conventions of the patriarchal Joseon society. Stunning examples of embroidery and patchwork reveal how this art form functioned as a tool of empowerment to overcome social and cultural constraints.
Photo: Gift-Wrapping Cloth (Bojagi), early 1900s. Korea, Joseon dynasty (11392–1910). Plain weave ramie; cotton and metal thread embroidery; 35 x 34 cm. Seoul Museum of Craft Art, 2018-D-Huh-1562. Photo: Howard Agriesti, The Cleveland Museum of Art
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