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I visited 'Bagh- Abstract Gardens' at the Brunei Gallery, London last week. It is such a moving and inspiring exhibition! It took me back to my childhood in India.  Bagh (meaning garden) are embroidered shawls that are so densely stitched with counted thread embroidery (Phulkari) that the...

Sheila Hicks is one of my fav artists. I was thrilled to have been able to see her work in person at Alison Jaques Gallery, London last month. ‘Music To My Eyes’ was the artist's third Solo exhibition there and I absolutely loved it! Here...

I am so delighted to be featured in Homes & Antiques April Issue in a lush four page spread in  'Heirlooms of the Future'- a series on artists whose work the magazine feels is worthy of being passed to future generations.   ...

I am so delighted to be featured in the Embroidery Magazine Nov/Dec issue. Big shoutout to Jo Hall, for commissioning this beautiful 6 page spread, Hattie Gordon for articulating my creative journey so well and for my lovely photographer friends Yeshen Venema, Tas Kyprianou and...

So delighted to be featured in Toast Magazine. Below is a short excerpt, read full article here.  16th October 2020 Objects of Meaning | Ekta Kaul ARTS & CULTURE The textile works of Ekta Kaul narrate stories of place and belonging, all tied together through a dictionary of intricate stitches. After...

So delighted to be featured on BBC culture in Dominic Lutyen's piece on Textile art. Read the full article here. https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/20201005-why-we-need-soft-textures-right-now        ...

EKTA KAUL X TOAST I was  delighted to be invited by TOAST to create an exhibition inspired by the concept ‘Flux & Flow’, highlighting our capacity for change as part of Shoreditch Design Triangle.  It will be on display at TOAST Shoreditch (42 Red Chruch Street,...