Chinese fiber art comes to Dayton


Changing Landscapes, the first exhibition of contemporary Chinese fiber art to travel to the U.S., has its only Midwest stop at Dayton Art Institute, opening Saturday and continuing through June 17.

Maya Lin’s installation piece “Flow” is being shown in conjunction with the exhibit. Lin is best known for her design of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Devoted to innovative new ideas and thinking in the field of fiber art, Changing Landscapes “provides a snapshot of how three generations of artists have responded to the economic, political, and social changes that have transformed the Chinese landscape over the past decade,” said guest curator Lisa Morrisette, faculty member of the Department of Art and Art History at Wright State University.


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