Chinese Ceramics and the Early Modern World
- Museum of East Asian Art |
- 4 Sep 2010 – 6 Mar 2011
- Free entry for Art Fund members.
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Between 1300 and 1800, ceramic objects manufactured in Chinese kilns were some of the most universally desired products in the world.
Their wide dissemination, from Cambodia to Western Europe, testifies to cultural encounters on a global scale. This exhibition traces the remarkable journeys of Chinese ceramics throughout the early modern world.
Art Fund members: Free
Non members: £5
Tue – Sat,10am – 5pm
Sun, 12 – 5pm
Closed on Monday and Bank Holiday Mondays