Read about some of the earlier exhibitions at AMHP.
Explore this ground-breaking exhibition that unveils a wide-ranging selection of new and vintage jajam floorcovers from across Rajasthan and Gujarat for the first time.
Comprises a selection of distinctly patterned bedcovers from the small village of Bagh in Madhya Pradesh.
Enjoy the khadi scarves designed by Geeta Patil with the Maheshwar based initiative, Womenweave, and see the future possibilities of traditional block printing in Bagh.
Showcases the printed textiles and woven dhurries of American artist, Rebecca Layton, who re-envisions the urban chaos of modern India with traditional methods.
Take a look at an inspiring collaboration between a bandhani designer and a father-son block printing team committed to continuing their craft against the odds.
Learn about the craft in nearby Sanganer, an historic 16th century printing town still vibrant today.
Glimpse at two disparate worlds united through the medium of felted cloth and hand-stitching.
Bakst remains a firm favourite with visitors. Inspired by the theatrical fashions of Leon Bakst, famed Russian designer for the Ballets Russes, these exquisite costumes unite early 20th century avant-garde design with traditional Indian block printing; a true merger of East and West.
From the Collection
From the Collection is a rotating series of themed exhibitions selected from the Anokhi Archives.