An exhibition at the Fan Museum celebrating the "genius" of fans, from the sublime to the bizarre.
Explore an alternative history of fans, discovering how fan-makers have combined artistry, imagination and plenty of humour to create fans that still amaze and delight.
From a rare 17th-century "multi-image" fan, to fans that transform into parasols and guns, be mesmerised by the curious and quirky side of the fan.
Admission to the exhibition includes entry to the permanent collection, featuring works by Gauguin, Dali and Sickert.
Venue Details & Map
12 Crooms HillLondonSE10 8ER
- +44 (0)20 8305 1441
- Public transport:
- Turn left out of the station onto Greenwich High Rd, cross the road at Cafe Rouge, Stockwell St and then pass Burney St into Crooms Hill.