Watch | A walkthrough of Crimson Lilies, Water Birds


Watch | An exhibition showcases the sari in 9 tales

Crimson Lilies, Water Birds: The Saree — In 9 Tales has been put collectively by The Registry of Sarees (TRS), a Bengaluru-based analysis and research centre that allows design, curatorial and publishing initiatives within the space of handspun and handwoven textiles. “It’s a narrative that’s 150 years previous. And Crimson Lilies, Water Birds feeds the curatorial path TRS has embarked upon,” mentioned Ahalya Mathan, founding father of TRS.

The 9 tales consult with the broadly categorised textiles on show — kora or unbleached supplies of their undyed kind, the color pink, the ikat weave, stripes and checks, metallic brocades of Deccan and South India, metallic brocades of Deccan and Gujarat, traditions of Varanasi handlooms (in two components), and international influences. “It took Ally [Ahalya] and me three years of journey throughout the nation to accumulate over 500 saris. We’ve introduced 108 of these to Anegundi,” says Mayank Mansingh Kaul, the curator. 

It was a deliberate determination to take the handloom narrative out of museums into extra interactive areas. The saris are displayed in 4 heritage properties with lime-plastered partitions which have been transformed into galleries, and as we go to every one, the tales in regards to the draped clothes from the late 19th to the early 20th century unfold.

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