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    Silk Panel
    Ottoman or Venetian, Circa 1600
    Silk, gold, and silver thread
    96.5 x 54.5 cm

     

    Provenance:
    Private collection, UK,1960s.

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    An Imperial Mughal Velvet Panel
    Mughal, India, Circa 1625
    Silk velvet
    130 x 70 cm

    Provenance:
    Formerly in the collection of Nasli Heeramaneck, New York, 1940s-50s; and thence by descent.
    Private European collection.

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    Piero Dorazio (1927-2005)
    Untitled, 1984
    Signed and dated on the reverse
    Oil on canvas
    69 x 90 cm

    Registered in Archivio Piero Dorazio, Milan, no. 1984-004685-6BA3.

    Provenance: Private collection, Germany.

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Silk Panel
Ottoman or Venetian, Circa 1600
Silk, gold, and silver thread
96.5 x 54.5 cm

 

Provenance:
Private collection, UK,1960s.

Frieze Masters 2022

12th October, 2022 - 16th October, 2022

Main Section – Stand G02
The Regent’s Park, London

 

Prahlad Bubbar gallery is delighted to return to Frieze Masters London this year with our entire presentation selected for the ‘Stand Out’ section curated by Luke Syson, Director of The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

This year the gallery will present ‘Connective Threads: Historical Masterworks of Textile Design foregrounding 20th century abstraction’. The textiles we have chosen evoke an image of infinity as they function, essentially, as portals to divine realms, to gardens, and to paradise. The mental and emotional states these objects produce are closely aligned to those that accompany abstract works of the 20th century.

What brings these historic textiles close in their ethos to 20th century Abstraction is the transcendental role of design, mathematics, proportion and form; in other words, a spiritual reduction to that which is essential. The formal qualities that silently vibrate through the ‘arabesque’, for example, are the same that speak to us through the music or the silence of 20th century non-objective and minimalist art.

The selected textiles and objects for this presentation are about drawing and the line as they transcend their utilitarian function and transform into portable or wearable expressions of high art with layers of meaning and coded symbols.

 

Opening hours:
Wednesday 12 October: 11am – 7pm (invitation only)
Thursday Preview 13 October – Saturday 15 October: 11am – 7pm
Sunday 16 October: 11am – 6pm

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