Until 12th March.
Kate Jenkins is the winner of the Visitors Award textile Biennial 2021 Food for Thought. It is her first solo exhibition in The Netherlands. The artist is best known for her food-focused treats, which intertwine her trademark sense of humour with colourful yarns constructed into everything from patisserie pleasures to prawn platters. Often offering a comforting nod to nostalgia, many of Jenkins artworks upcycle the everyday and transform them into a better way.
The new wing of the museum will be transformed into the magical universe of Kate Jenkins. The concept of Café Kate is brand new and unique to Museum Rijswijk. The exhibition will comprise of a food plaza which will include the bakery Kate’s Bakes and the ice cream parlour Kate’s Cones combined these two installations will become Café Kate.