There’s a wonderful small exhibition ‘On White: Porcelain Stories from the Fitzwilliam Museum’ by Edmund de Waal at the Fitz until Sunday 23 February 2014. There are three works by de Waal himself, and a series of cases in which he chooses some favourite pieces of porcelain from the museum’s collection, and comments illuminatingly on their significance and strangeness. A delight if you are in Cambridge and want to escape the madness of the town centre during the sales.
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