Display On now until Thursday, 14 January 2021

Rachel Kneebone at the V&A

Inspired by themes of transformation and renewal, Kneebone's complex porcelain sculptures are born of intense emotions, expressing movement and fluidity in a medium usually associated with stillness and calm

  • On now until Thursday, 14 January 2021

  • Daily: 10.00 – 17.45

    Friday: 10.00 – 22.00

  • Rooms 50a

  • Free

The monumental porcelain sculpture '399 Days' by contemporary British artist Rachel Kneebone will be displayed amongst the V&A's Medieval and Renaissance collection, highlighting the sculptors' shared interest in capturing highly emotive states.

Display Highlights

399 Days (detail), Rachel Kneebone, 2012 – 2013. © Rachel Kneebone. Photograph © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The Search for a New Myth, Rachel Kneebone, 2015. © Rachel Kneebone. Photograph © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The Solitude in the Depth of Her Being Begins the World Again But Only Begins it For Herself, Rachel Kneebone, 2014. © Rachel Kneebone. Photograph © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The Consciousness of an Unbearable Tragedy At Once Dreaded and Desired, Rachel Kneebone, 2013. © Rachel Kneebone. Photograph © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

399 Days, Rachel Kneebone, 2012 – 2013. © Rachel Kneebone. Photograph © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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