The Ephrussis: Travel in Time
The Ephrussi Family Archive, donated to the Jewish Museum by the de Waal family, will go on display in this special exhibition along with 157 netsuke from Edmund de Waal's collection.
library of exile catalogue
The library of exile is now open at the British Museum, London. The library has its own online catalogue which is continually updated with new titles. Explore and search the holdings by language, author, category or country on its dedicated website here.
metamorphosen, I (2017) has been loaned via the Government Art Collection to the British Ambassador's Residence in Vienna, Austria, where it is now on display.
Edmund de Waal’s work, archiv (2016), is now on permanent loan to the Jewish Museum in Berlin. The work was previously exhibited as part of Irrkunst at Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, earlier this year.
The Pier Arts Centre in Orkney have acquired Edmund de Waal’s work, oir-thir (2016), for their permanent collection.
Signs & Wonders
Signs & Wonders (2009) is on permanent display in the ceramics galleries at the V&A Museum in London.
a local history
a local history (2012) is a permanent installation for the Alison Richard Building at the University of Cambridge.
atlas (2012) was made as the partner piece to a local history and is on permanent display on the first floor of the Alison Richard Building at the University of Cambridge.
from the collection of a private man
from the collection of a private man (2011) is on loan to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich until 2020.
across the sky
across the sky (2013) was acquired by the Usher Gallery in Lincoln and now is on permanent display in their ceramic collections.
the collector (for Paul)
Given to the V&A to celebrate the former Chairman of the V&A Museum, Paul Ruddock, this piece is now on permanent display in the ceramic galleries.