Porcelain

Porcelain in the Collection of Cooper-Hewitt Museum


Publication design: Lorraine Wild
Porcelain, ceramics, decorative arts, permanent collection

Tableware Design in Vienna, 1850-2009


Annette Ahrens will give an overview and the historic lineage of Viennese tableware designs, production and design influences from 1850 to the present day.
Annette Ahrens, austria, bohemia-chekia, Glass, glassware, Lobmeyr, Porcelain, sarah coffin, table culture, table decoration, tableware, vienna, talk, long, public program

The Cooper-Hewitt Collection: Porcelain


An inaugural exhibition of seventy-five items from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s permanent porcelain collection. The exhibition traces the development of porcelain from the China's Tang Dynasty (618-906 AD) to eighteenth-century Europe. German, French, Italian, Austrian, and English pieces are shown along with histories of the techniques utilized by each of the factories.
Porcelain, ceramics, decorative arts, permanent collection

Berlin 1900–1933: Architecture and Design


The architecture, industrial design, graphic design, and decorative arts of Berlin, created between 1900 and 1933, are on display. Objects include handmade silver, textiles, inexpensive colorful household ceramics, Peter Behrens's electrical appliances for Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft (AEG), Jugendstil glass, porcelain by Marguerite Friedlaender Wildenhain, tubular steel furniture by Marcel Breuer and Mart Stam, and architectural drawings by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Berlin, 20th century, Architecture, Industrial Design, graphic design, decorative arts, silver, textiles, ceramics, Porcelain, Glass, furniture, drawings, exhibitions, ch:exhibition=35350017

Flora Danica and the Heritage of Danish Porcelain, 1765-1990


This exhibition, commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Royal Danish Flora Danica pattern, features 175 pieces—the largest collection ever assembled outside Denmark. Shaped, painted, and styled porcelain tea services, tureens, vases, and figurines are on view, each featuring a different plant native to Denmark taken from the original, richly-illustrated Flora Danica botanical atlas.
Porcelain, Danish, Denmark, tea service, flowers, botany, exhibitions

Revolution, Life, and Labor: Soviet Porcelains 1918-1985


The porcelain in this exhibition documents Soviet history between the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Glasnost era of the late 1980s. Most of the objects are examples of propaganda and Socialist realism, such as a statuette depicting a seamstress sewing a hammer and sickle banner or a colorful teapot decorated with fields and farm laborers.
Porcelain, Soviet Union, propaganda, Socialist realism, tea service, 20th century, exhibitions, ch:exhibition=35350049

The Cooper-Hewitt Collections: A Design Resource


This in-depth presentation of of close to 1,000 objects endeavors to capture the richness and variety of the Museum's permanent collection through a series of changing gallery installations. 
furniture, silver, Porcelain, Glass, jewelry, drawings, prints, textiles, wallcoverings, books, permanent collection, exhibitions, ch:exhibition=35349375

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