Nakdong by Joana Vasconcelos, Knot After Knot

There is new art exhibit that features some of the best crochet artists in the world and you don’t have to be living in one of the world’s major cities to see it. That’s because Knot After Knot – Crochet as an Art is an online virtual art exhibit.

Knot After Knot

This is an online art exhibit curated by the Forward Council. From the press release:

“Among the pieces shown in this compilation you can find installations, interventions, sculptures, tapestries and crochet coverings that demonstrate how crochet, knot after knot, intertwine traditional knowledge with the international creative forefront.”

Another key goal of this art project is to show how artists can use their work to draw a link between past and present, using a craft from the past such as crochet to create terrific contemporary and even cutting-edge art.

Crochet Artists

Many of the crochet artists that have work in this online art exhibit have been profiled here on the blog before. You can learn more about them by following the links:

aldo lanzini crochet mask

Aldo Lanzini. This artist does amazing work creating wearable crochet costumes that explore issues of identity.

crochet masks series

Jo Hamilton. This impressive crochet artist does portraits out of crochet!

crochet lace lions

Joana Vasconcelos. One of the first crochet artists that I featured on the site, Vasconcelos does work with both doily-like thread crochet over sculptures and felted wool.

mandy greer crochet

Mandy Greer. This crochet artist explores themes of hard and soft, strong vs. vulnerable in her mixed media art pieces.

patricia waller crochet art

Patricia Waller. This artists creates crochet objects with a dark twist.

olek crochet art

Olek. Many people are familiar with the work of this crochet artists because of the time that she yarnbombed The Wall Street Bull, which is shown in this exhibit.


Wertheim Sisters. The hyperbolic crochet coral reef project that I highlighted in today’s crochet art post is also featured in this online exhibit.

The online exhibit also displays the work of several crochet artists that I was not yet familiar with but that I look forward to exploring and learning more about!



San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!


  1. Aprile Mazey Reply

    Absolutely amazing!! They turn crochet into something entirely different that what most people are used to.

    • Kathryn Reply

      @Aprile – Definitely – I would love to have the opportunity to see some of this crochet art in person one day!

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