About The White Road
'Edmund de Waal and the Strange Alchemy of Porcelain', by Sam Anderson, The New York Times Magazine
‘I’m in China. I’m trying to cross a road in Jingdezhen in Jiangxi Province, the city of porcelain...’
Edmund de Waal in conversation with Paul Holdengraber at the New York Public Library, talking about the process of writing The White Road.
Edmund de Waal writes about his discovery of Allach porcelain, made at Dachau concentration camp for the Nazi Party.
Edmund de Waal and Martin Suckling discuss their collaboration with Aurora Orchestra, and explore the meaning of the colour white across music, poetry and the visual arts.
The bottom of William Cookworthy's porcelain tankard dated March 14th 1768.
Detail of the score written by composer Martin Suckling for his collaborative concert series 'On White' with Edmund de Waal and Aurora Orchestra.
The German edition of The White Road is now published by Zsolnay.