Edmund de Waal

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Object Description

A pair of large celadon glaze covered jars with cuts highlighted with red oxide, 2007.

A potter since childhood and an acclaimed writer, ‘The Hare with the Amber Eyes’, 2010
‘White Road’ 2015, de Waal tells a story about porcelain, the people and places, its position in culture and our perception of Eastern and Western art.

De Waal is best known for his large scale installations of porcelain vessels, in sites such as Chatsworth House, The V&A and Tate Britain as well as curating installations in many museums around the world. Much of his recent work has been concerned with ideas of collecting and collections, and how objects are kept together, lost, stolen and dispersed. The colour of the material, white features in installations and exhibitions. His work is a fusion of minimalism, architecure, classicalism and literature.

Edmund de Waal is represented by the Gagosian Gallery.

Object History

Purchased directly from the artist in 2007.

Object Condition

Perfect

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