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Kaffe Fassett

A Life in Colour


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A celebration of the work of one of the great practitioners of contemporary craft. This exhibition, the first in London since Kaffe Fassett's record-breaking show at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1988, features over 100 works within a dramatic installation designed by Sue Timney.

Exhibition highlights include extravagantly-coloured 9-foot-wide knitted shawls, coats and throws, patchwork fabrics shown in a glorious selection of quilts, as well as items especially created for this exhibit and not seen in public before. The design also features a 'feeling' wall that allows visitors to touch and better understand the textiles on display and their construction. From his childhood in the creative community of Big Sur, California, to his career as a painter, and later as a knitwear and textile designer in London from the 1960s to the present day, Kaffe's ability to blend pattern, texture and colour has won him a dedicated following of enthusiasts.

Where

Fashion & Textile Museum
83 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3XF
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Exhibitions Tue-Sat 11am-6pm; Sun 11am-5pm (Thu till 8pm)

9.90 (conc 7.70; student 6)

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