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Quilts 1700-2010, London, UK

History and subversion at an exhibition of quilts

At the End of the Day by Natasha Kerr

At the End of the Day by Natasha Kerr

At the End of the Day by Natasha Kerr

Quilting is traditionally regarded as an innocuous feminine pastime, but as a new exhibition, Quilts 1700-2010, at London’s V&A shows, it is rich in subversion, allusion and social commentary. Historic quilts mix with edgy contemporary works, as an age-old craft skill discovers new followers. Shown here is At the End of the Day, stitched by textile artist Natasha Kerr.

Quilts 1700-2010

Where: V&A, London, UK

When: Until 4 July

www.vam.ac.uk

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