Carin has done such a good job of showing the quilts at the Yokohama Quilt show. that there is not a lot for me to add.
She has mentioned both the white chains that keep the visitors behind the lines (and make photography ... where allowed ... rather difficult) and the rather generous amount of space for the viewers to wander through the exhibits.
There were very few places where passing other viewers was a problem.
Quite a few of the outer display walls were this deep red.
Here is a small detail of a contemporary quilt, made by Wang? from Taiwan.
The title is "Blue Rhapsody".
There were other quilts in one-artist displays. Many of those I wish I had been allowed to photograph. Just fantastic! At a few of those exhibits, I had the opportunity to talk with the quilt artists. What a special treat that was.
Carin mentioned several times that she had seen one or another of the quilts at the Tokyo Dome show. Earlier, I went back to my older posts to fix some of the labels, and sure enough, I found she was very observant. There were quite a few.
Or to have your picture taken in front of a featured quilt? Better not miss the rest of this show.
Queenie has two more posts with wonderful pictures.
For some reason, my pictures are playing hard to arrange, and rather than raise my frustration level any more, I think I will give the computer its own way and get back to work on my project ... before the deadline is kicked all to _ _ _ _ _ _!