We’re coming to the end of our exhibition Kimono in the 20th Century! This exhibition has been on view for almost a full year with a rotation of kimono last fall– if you saw the exhibition in its first months, there’s a whole new set to see, but only for a few more days. Today, we’re looking back on the fun we’ve had with the exhibition. In addition, don’t miss this Sunday’s panel on the modern design that was so influential to the kimono artisans who made the textiles in the exhibition.
Making of an Exhibition: Kimono in the 20th Century
Go behind the scenes to learn how our curatorial team decides how to best display the objects in the exhibition.
Obis for Fall
Learn how the design of kimono and obi reflect the seasons, and how different obi knots have different meanings.
Wedding Textiles in Asia
In addition to the kimono as wedding attire, this post also highlights Korean and Indonesian textiles.