En Route: A Porcelain Set Between Paris, Istanbul and Berkeley

When: 
Fri, Oct 23, 2020 12:00pm to 12:30pm
Location: 
Zoom Event

From our series, "Zooming In: Weekly Curatorial Conversations from The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life."

Each week, Curators Francesco Spagnolo and Shir Kochavi present insights and connections emerging from the holdings of UC Berkeley's Magnes Collection, one of the largest Jewish museum collections in the world. Throughout the series, guests will join them to explore Jewish art and life, one object at a time. 

Register for this free online program here (free or licensed Zoom account required).

View the weekly schedule for the entire series.

Image:
Porcelain table service inscribed with the monogram "NC" [Nissim Camondo]
Paris, France, Julien fils Aine, 1855
Hard-paste porcelain
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, University of California, Berkeley, gift of James Katz
in Memory of General HIppocratis Papavasiliou and Mrs. Alexandra Papavasiliou, 99.1

Partners

This program was made possible in partnership with UC Berkeley College of Letters & Science, Division of Arts & Humanities as part of the Arts & Ideas Live Online! series.

Program Information