Jacqueline GOVIN, well-known textile artist especially in Japan, has been appealled in 1986 to organise two magisterial exhibitions of French Textile Art in Japan to be presented during the Season of Paris in Tokyo.
The success of those events marks a turning point in her career. In 1989/90, she trains at the European Institute of the High Level Studies of Art and Communication in Paris.
She then decides in 1992, to devote solely to the idea of curating exhibitions of textile and fibre art in France and abroad, through especially the international cultural association FIBRE ART SYNERGY, of which she is the Founder and President.
To favor international and national cultural trades, she is a member or a correspondant of the following organisations :
She collaborates regularly with several publishers and international magazines.
President of selection Jurys for the following exhibitions :
1988 : Art Mural Textile Français, in Japan
1988 : Art Textile Contemporain Français, in Japan
1995 : In the Light of Giverny - Homage to Claude Monet, in France, Japan, USA
1996 : 1st Contemporary Flax and Linen Biennale, in France, Canada
1997 : Large as an Hankerchief - Artists' hankies, in France, Germany, USA
1997 : And you, what are you doing with ribbons ?, in Japan, France
2000 : Bleu... le lin est bleu - 2ème Biennale du Lin Contemporain - France
2000 : Keeping the world sewing - Europe, USA, Japon, Australie
2002 : Feel Free - Europe, USA, Canada, Australie, Japon
2005 : Art Embroidery Portrait Gallery - Europe
2007 : Art Embroidery Still Life - Europe
2007 : Papier - Papiers - France
2009 : Art Embroidery Landscape-Let us travel - Europe