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September 25, 2017

Edmund de Waal at Artipelag

For the exhibition, Edmund de Waal, Giorgio Morandi, at Artipelag in Gustavsberg, Sweden, Edmund de Waal presented a lecture based upon his most recent book, The White Road. Covering a wide-ranging spectrum of topics, from porcelain to Dresden, from Morandi to the Ming Dynasty, the speech is a poetic and historical look into the influences that continue to shape de Waal’s artistic and literary practices.

Artwork © Edmund de Waal

 Video by Artipelag

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