“Rug Art” – Antique Rug Exhibition. October 3rd – 26th.

Rug Art

Antique Rug Art Exhibition By Nazmiyal

The Nazmiyal Collection is proud to announce an exciting new exhibition, currently showing at our Midtown Manhattan gallery. The showing, titled “Rug Art” – Antique Rug Exhibition,” is a celebration of centuries of beautiful rugs. It is also an invitation to look at rugs in a way that you might not be used to – as art.

Rug Art Exhibition - Antique Agra Rug - Nazmiyal
Rug Art Exhibition – Antique Agra Rug – Nazmiyal

Rug Art is something that we are very passionate about at Nazmiyal, and we believe that this exhibition offers the public a wonderful opportunity to see some truly alluring rugs that exemplify the beauty of Rug Art.

Featuring a wide range of rugs, including beautiful period pieces from the 17th century and dynamic, exciting pieces from the art deco period, this exhibition highlights a wide range of styles and aesthetic approaches to rug design. A gorgeous Chinese art deco rug and an astonishing antique Indian Agra rug are featured in this exhibition, as are a fascinating early Coptic Egyptian textile and a large-scale, French art deco tapestry. By including such an eclectic selection of rugs in this exhibition, Nazmiyal seeks to illustrate the incredibly wide appeal of rug art. There truly is something for everyone.

Antique Mohtashem Kashan Carpet By Nazmiyal
Antique Mohtashem Kashan Carpet
Mughal Carpet By Nazmiyal
Mughal Carpet

Also showing: a vintage textile by famed Italian designer Missoni, a beautiful rug by the legendary Marta Maas Fjetterstrom, timelessly elegant Persian rugs, and Turkish rugs of the very highest order. Our Rug Art exhibition consists of some of the best pieces from our collection. And we think that it will change the way that look at rugs.

Antique Oushak Carpet By Nazmiyal
Antique Oushak Carpet

“Rug Art” – Antique Rug Exhibition will be showing at the Nazmiyal Collection from October 3rd through October 26th. Our gallery is located on the second floor of 31 East 32nd Street. The exhibition is open to the public. We invite everyone to come in and experience the seductive world of Rug Art for themselves.