Rachel Kneebone at YSP
14 July 2021
Once exhibited alongside the masterpieces of the V&A's Medieval and Renaissance collection in London, Rachel Kneebone’s most ambitious sculpture to date, 399 Days, is now on display at Yorkshire Sculpture Park until April 2022. Over 5 meters tall and named after the amount of time it took to make, look closely at Kneebone’s signature uncoloured porcelain used in 399 Days and you will see the intricately modelled and detailed figurative scenarios of all 63 exterior panels. Rachel Kneebone’s YSP exhibition will be located in their 18th century chapel and will also include a series of new wall porcelain pieces and works on paper. For more information please visit the YSP website.
Not going to be in Yorkshire? ‘Raft’ an exhibition of Rachel Kneebone’s sculptures and drawings is currently on at White Cube Mason’s Yard in central London. Advance booking is required before you visit, please visit the White Cube website to book.
With a number of sculptures in the Zabludowicz Collection, Kneebone has exhibited in past exhibitions An Archaeology and The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place in our gallery space in Chalk Farm. Take a look at our What’s On section to see our current exhibitions.