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Room 141: Contemporary Ceramics

Form, Martin Smith, 2006. Museum no. C.1-2006

The McAulay Gallery

The best of contemporary ceramics from Europe, Asia and North America, provide the focus of this gallery. The changing displays reflect contemporary ceramic practice from large-scale sculptural work and specially commissioned, site-specific installations to smaller functional and decorative objects. On show are many of the Museum’s most recent acquisitions and donations by artists. The gallery includes a site-specific installation entitled 'Signs and Wonders' by the London-based ceramicist Edmund de Waal.

Room 141 is on Level 6 of the V&A South Kensington.

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Chinese Ceramics

Chinese Ceramics

Chinese ceramics are among the most widely admired and collected in the world. From elegant Song celadons to decorative Ming vases and colourful Qing …

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Game: The Definery

Luxury or Vulgar? Let The Definery help you decide what objects to own. Simply enter an object into The Definery, answer a series of questions about the object, and wait for its judgement.

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Event - Lunchtime Lecture: Again, This Time With Feeling

Wed 16 March 2016 13:00–13:45

LUNCHTIME LECTURE: Artist in Residence Matt Smith has spent the last six months based in the museum responding to the collections.

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