An exhibition of new works in stone and alabaster by Edmund de Waal is now open at the New Art Centre at Roche Court, Wiltshire.
From Venice, to Dresden and now London, Edmund de Waal’s library of exile makes its final stop at the British Museum (reopened on 27 August 2020).
You can explore the holdings of Edmund de Waal's 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.
On view: Where to see works by Edmund de Waal.
We are pleased to announce that This Living Hand: Edmund de Waal presents Henry Moore at Henry Moore Studios & Gardens has been rescheduled. Now opening March 2021.
Explore the archive of de Waal's writing on subjects including his own work, craft, white and his memoir The Hare with Amber Eyes.
A new publication documents the first stop for the library of exile, at the Ateneo Veneto, Venice, in the Spring and Summer of 2019.