Sunken Treasures

Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics Grote Kerkstraat 9 8911 DZ Leeuwarden, 8900 CE Leeuwarden

Sunken Treasuresdu 07 septembre 2019 au 28 juin 2020Keramiekmuseum Princessehof,Leewarden, NLhttps://www.princessehof.nl/en/about-the-museum/news/sunken-treasures-1/The exhibition Sunken Treasures features ceramics and other objects found aboard eight shipwrecks dating from the ninth to the nineteenth century. The ceramic treasures tell fascinating stories about the Maritime Silk Road in Asia and reveal ahitherto unknown world of international trade and exchange.Ships from all over the world sailed

Picasso, the challenge of ceramics

International Museum of Ceramic Viale Baccarini 19 – 48018, Faenza RA

Picasso, the challenge of ceramicsdu 01 novembre 2019 au 12 avril 2020International Museum of Ceramic,Faenzawww.micfaenza.org/en/mostre/394-picasso-the-challenge-of-ceramics.phpThe exhibition curated by Harald Theil and Salvador Haro in collaboration with Claudia Casali and Valentina Mazzotti, plans the exceptional loan of 60 unique works of art from the collections of the Musée National Picasso-Paris. It is a corpus of works of inestimable value that faces

Lost at sea

Asian Art San Francisco

Lost at sea. Art recovered from shripwrecks du 26 novembre 2019 au 22 mars 2020 Asian ArtSan Franciscohttp://www.asianart.org/exhibitions/lost-at-seaA fierce three-headed serpent and a mysterious female deity were among the nearly two dozen 12th-century stone reliefs from Central Vietnam that lay unseen at the bottom of the Arabian Sea for nearly 120 years. Almost 5,000 miles away in the South China