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"Carpets of Priamurye"

Until February 13, 2022.
Grodekov Museum
300 ₽

November 20, 2021 in the Khabarovsk Krai Museum named after N.I. Grodekov. The exhibition "Carpets of Priamurye" from the collections of museums of the Far East opened in the N.I. Grodekov Khabarovsk Krai Museum.

The exhibition "Carpets of Priamurye" is part of the exhibition project, the first stage of which was the publication in 2020 of the catalog album "Carpets of the Indigenous Peoples of Amur and Sakhalin" from the collections of museums of the Russian Far East. The second stage in 2021 was an exhibition in the Russian Ethnographic Museum (St. Petersburg), the Regional Museum of Local Lore (Irkutsk) and the Khabarovsk Krai Museum named after N.I. Grodekov. N.I. Grodekov. The final stage of the project in 2022 will be a traveling exhibition "Carpets of Priamurye" in the cities of Komsomolsk-on-Amur and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.

The indigenous peoples of Khabarovsk Krai - Nanai, Ulchi, Nivkhi, Udegeans, Negidals, Orochi, Even and Evenki - have created a unique artistic culture on their land. Carpets are one of the most vivid and diverse forms of it. Various materials are used for their production - textile, fur, bird skins, fish skin, rovduga, reed rods. Textile carpets are most widespread among the Nanai and Ulch, fur carpets among the northern inhabitants: Even and Evenks. Products made of bird skins and rovduga are more characteristic of the Negidals. The Ude-Geys in the past even made carpets of birch bark.

The exhibition includes about 60 works of carpet art made between 1941 and 2012. They are systematized in two sections: "Textile carpets" and "Fur and leather products". The first section presents carpets made in the techniques of applique, embroidery, mosaic and weaving from strips of fabric. The group "Fur and leather goods", in addition to products made of deer fur and other taiga animals, includes works made of bird skins and fish skin. The exhibition is supplemented by everyday items (birch bark bowls, plates woven from willow and talnika vines, tools for fur and leather dressing, etc.), as well as photo-photographs of Priamur masters, whose works are presented at the exhibition.

7 museums of the Far East take part in the exhibition project:

  • Khabarovsk Regional Museum named after N.I. Grodekov. N.I. Grodekov, Khabarovsk;
  • Far Eastern Art Museum, Khabarovsk;
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Komsomolsk-on-Amur;
  • City Museum of Local Lore, Komsomolsk-on-Amur;
  • Museum of History of the Far East named after V.K. Arsenyev, Vladivostok;
  • Amur Museum of Local Lore, Amursk;
  • District Museum of Local Lore, village. Bogorodskoye, Ulchsk district.

The exhibit will run through February 13, 2022

Ticket price - 300 rubles (with the ability to visit all the halls of the Main Building)

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