The Hare with Amber Eyes
A major exhibition based on de Waal's celebrated family memoir is opens this winter at The Jewish Museum in New York. Designed by award-winning architects, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, this immersive exhibition brings together pieces from the Ephrussi’s collections from across the world to examine the ways in which objects can function as storytellers, symbols of resilience, and monuments of a family legacy.
Tracing a Family History Through the Journey of a Tiny Figurine
Indeed, a central question for the exhibition is how one can represent absence. How can a visual exhibition display things that have been lost and destroyed alongside what has remained?
Elizabeth Diller Is Retelling Edmund de Waal’s Story — and Her Own
Edmund dug into his past. I didn’t. I couldn’t bear it.
The Ephrussis: Travel in Time
The Ephrussi Family Archive, donated to the Jewish Museum by the de Waal family, was put on display in this special exhibition along with 157 netsuke from Edmund de Waal's collection.