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Easter eggs 2014

Happy Good Friday! I’m about to run off to visit family in the country, but before I go I wanted to post my first two eggs of this year. 136 more words


Edmund de Waal: Atmosphere

I recently spent a few days with Edmund de Waal and his team as they installed a large-scale new work at Turner Contemporary in Margate. This film is the result.

Reviewed: "The Exiles Return" by Elisabeth de Waal

For me, as a lover of all things historical, wars are fascinating. As a lover of fiction, fiction based on reality, it’s the aftermath of the war that’s as fascinating as anything else. 571 more words


What I Read in March 2014

Good Evening, Mrs. Craven: The Wartime Stories of Mollie Panter-Downes. The very English Mollie Panter-Downes published journalism and stories in The New Yorker for many years. 344 more words

The Hare with Amber Eyes

When Edmund de Waal inherited his great uncle Iggie’s collection of Japanese carvings, netsuke, he went looking for family places, to recreate the history of his inheritance, both physical and familial. 755 more words

London Slant: A waterfall of wool meets Edmund de Waal ceramics

A waterfall of wool comes cascading down into London’s Southwark Cathedral. It’s as if the heavens have opened and streamed in.

This is Forty Days, an installation by Angela Wright, and one of two that make up the cathedral’s annual art programme for Lent. 422 more words


Edmund De Waal: Outlook

this morning (friday 14th), 3.42-3.50am, on bbc world service radio (freeview channel 710)
edmund de waal (in the outlook series)

“Edmund De Waal is a writer and a potter.

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