Woven showcases this age-old art form as applied to intricately constructed baskets, brooms, bags, hats, fans and more.
Rounding out the show is a precious loom which was used to weave Kuba textiles in Kasai, the central southern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, which illustrates how cloth is made. And for any textile artists attending the exhibit themselves, there is incredible hand spun wool, cotton and mohair on display. This is an altogether inspiring collection, never to be repeated, and we'd highly recommend you visit Woven before it closes on Sat, 7 Nov. The exhibition takes place in the gallery's upstairs Makers Space. While on the premises, take the time to browse the rest of the ever-changing and electic collection of handcrafted wares that populate Kim Sacks Gallery's space at all times.
For more art around the city, find our weekly exhibitions guide here.