Edmund De Waal Letters to Camondo

Letters to Camondo, Edmund de Waal's newest book, is a haunting sequence of imagined letters to the Count de Camondo – the owner of a Parisian palace filled with beautiful objects, turned into a memorial for his lost son. The UK hardback edition will be published on 22 April. Pre-order on bookshop.org

EDW 200 C8with hands
Photography: Alzbeta Jaresova

some winter pots: a recent exhibition at Gagosian, London, of pots made during lockdown.

river snow
Reference: River Snow by Liu Tsung-yuan (773-819), translated by Wai-lim Yip (ed. & translator) in Chinese Poetry: An Anthology of Major Modes and Genres (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 1997) p. 234

cold mountain clay: a recent solo exhibition at Gagosian, Hong Kong.

Roche Court 5 landing page
Photo: Alzbeta Jaresova

tacet: recently exhibited new works in stone and alabaster by Edmund de Waal at the New Art Centre at Roche Court, Wiltshire.

an annunication (installation view)
Photography: Christopher Burke

A virtual tour documents Elective Affinities, Edmund de Waal's installation of site-specific sculptures which were displayed in The Frick Collections's main galleries alongside works from the permanent collection.

Edmund De Waal Book Archive 509 WEB
Photography: Edward Park

Published by the British Museum to accompany the most recent installation of Edmund de Waal's library of exile, this new book includes texts by de Waal, Hartwig Fischer and Elif Shafak. You can explore the holdings of the library of exile through an online catalogue which is continually updated with new books. You are invited to send in your own title suggestions via the Suggestions Box.

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On view: Where to see works by Edmund de Waal.

Edmund De Waal Book Archive 148 Web
Photography: Edward Park

Explore the archive of de Waal's writing on subjects including his own work, craft, white and his memoir The Hare with Amber Eyes.

Edmund De Waal Book Archive 502 WEB
Photography: Edward Park

A new publication documents the the library of exile installation at the British Museum, it's final stop before the books move to their permanent home in Mosul.