Eine Familiengeschichte in Briefen
Edmund de Waal discusses his book Letters to Camondo in this event at MAK Vienna, introduced by journalist and author Wolfgang Popp.
Jewish Art Collectors and The Fall of France
Join James McAuley and Edmund de Waal as they discuss this powerful history of Jewish art collectors in France, and how an embrace of art and beauty was met with hatred and destruction
In conversation with Adam Gopnik
Hosted by the Jewish Museum, New York, a conversation between Edmund de Waal and writer Adam Gopnik to celebrate the launch of Letters to Camondo.
Talk for Independent Bookshops
In this live streamed event, Edmund de Waal discusses Letters to Camondo with Village Books, Dulwich.
After Vienna: Edmund de Waal and Tom Stoppard
For the London Library Lit Fest, Tom Stoppard and Edmund de Waal came together in conversation to discuss some of the themes and concerns they share in their work, including diaspora, displacement, art and libraries and the cultural particularity of pre-War Vienna.
Edmund de Waal at the How To Academy
Edmund de Waal discusses his most recent book at this online event with the How To Academy.
5 x 15 online Series
An evening of art, science and deeply personal storytelling, with Edmund de Waal, Sam Lee, Horatio Clare, Suzanne O'Sullivan and Walter Isaacson.
Book launch at the V&A
Edmund de Waal joins museum director Olivier Gabet for a conversation, chaired by Tristram Hunt, in celebration of the publication of Letters to Camondo.
Objects of Desire
In this event, De Waal explains his deep fascination with the objects in the Musée de Camondo – and why they also reveal much about his own personal and cultural history – with Lennie Goodings, author of A Bite of the Apple: A Life with Books, Writers and Virago.
Part of Jewish Book Week, Edmund de Waal will be in conversation Washington Post Paris Correspondent James Mcauley, chaired by Anne Sebba.
An evening with Edmund de Waal
Join Edmund de Waal at Hatchards, Piccadilly, to celebrate the paperback publication of his book Letters to Camondo. De Waal will discuss his exploration of the Camondos’ lavish rooms and detailed archives led him to write this haunting series of letters to the Count, reflecting on the events that so scarred 20th-century Europe.