Edmund de Waal
Edmund de Waal was apprenticed as a potter in Canterbury, studied in Japan and then read English at Cambridge.
His porcelain is in thirty international museum collections: most recently he has created major installations for the V&A and Tate Britain. He is working on exhibitions for museums in the UK and America and on commissions for private clients. Edmund is now being represented by the Gagosian Gallery, New York.
Edmund has written widely on art and ceramics. He has recently written the story of the ascent and decline of a Jewish dynasty, about loss and diaspora and about the survival of objects, The Hare with Amber Eyes.