Made in India: Indian Textiles, Global Markets

by Sara Hume

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April 2010 – March 2011

The Kent State University Museum is proud to present this exhibition drawing from its extensive collection of clothing and textiles from India in order to highlight the dynamism, flexibility and variation of the nation’s culture. Beyond the impressive assortment of historic garments, which are remarkable examples of “traditional” Indian dress, a sizable portion of the collection was produced in India for the western market. These items include both those pieces designed to be sold in India for the tourist market, as well as a number of pieces, which, while produced in India, were intended for export to and sale in Europe or America.

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Creator:

Sara Hume

Linked to:

Kent State University Museum

Year:

2010

Language:

English

Tagged:

Globalization, India, Textiles