Contemporary Tapestry

Contemporary tapestries are at the same time between the image and the sculptural, between the scopic impulse and the tactile pleasure, but also between the ancient and the contemporary. Long confined to the domestic sphere, tapestry is breaking down prejudices thanks to contemporary artists like the original Anna de Blander.
Contemporary tapestry

Contemporary tapestry by Anne de Blander, “Timanfaya”

Atelier Arachné

130 x 280 cm

1981