Till September 8, you can visit the exposition Call to Action, at the Kunsthal Helmond. It’s about freedom, power and powerlessness. Surprisingly enough there are also some embroidered works to see. First of all of Ulla-Stina Wikander, who has embroidered appliances.

Aplliances, Ulla-Stina Wikander, photo Mique Menheere
Kettle, Ulla-Stina Wikander, photo Mique Menheere

The other embroidered work is made by Maja Bajevic (Bosnia), Arts, Crafts and Facts. In her work she shows the continuous increasing prices of basis foods like grain and meat. She chose to work in the traditional (disappearing) female handcrafts, because it becoming to expensive.

Maja Bajevic, Arts, Crafts and Facts, photo Mique Menheere
Maja Bajevic, Arts, Crafts and Facts, photo Mique Menheere

For more information take a look at: https://www.museumhelmond.nl/tentoonstelling/call-to-action-2/.

Have fun!

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