It is more a description of an artistic movement like 'Art Deco' or 'Art Nouveau'.

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This study will be of invaluable importance for anyone interested in the impact of East-Asia on European culture, the formation of encyclopaedic collections and the history of Oriental porcelain in the West.

In addition, it adds to the history of Oriental Porcelain an in-depth survey of trade and taste, provides tools for dating and will act as the primary reference guide to establish the authenticity of pieces in other world collections.

Through their sponsorship they will guarantee that this important research and the unique publication will attain the highest scholarly and academic standards of excellence. Gifts and donations can be remitted into the bank account of the ‘Foundation of Friends of the Dresden Porcelain Project’ (registered in the Netherlands as ‘Stichting Vrienden Porselein Project Dresden’).

June 13 – 14, 2018 Porzellansammlung, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden Please join us for an international conference on the porcelain trade conducted by individual dealers outside of the dominant trading companies in the 17th and 18th centuries.

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The conference will discuss the extent and importance of private networks for the formation of East Asian porcelain collections in 18th century Europe, and debate the phenomenon of trading and collecting East Asian objects from both the traders’ as well as the collectors’ perspectives, with the purpose to investigate interactions between agents from different cultures and backgrounds.

Jan van Campen (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam) Anne Gerritsen (Universiteit Leiden) Stéphane Castelluccio (Centre André Chastel, Paris) Stacey Pierson (SOAS University of London) Menno Fitski (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam) Miki Sakuraba (National Museum of Japanese History, Chiba) Tomoko Fujiwara (Kyushu Ceramic Museum) Sun Yue (Palace Museum Beijing) Registration fee: Day 1 15,00€ Day 2 10,00€ Combination ticket Day 1 Day 2 20,00€ Registration will be possible as of March 1, 2018.

Their role as an exotic and luxury commodity at the time will be further explored and contextualised, especially how they helped shape the knowledge, comprehension and development of cultural and artistic exchanges between China, Japan and Europe. All objects will be published in colour; hence high resolution photography of all objects is required.