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Americans and the Porcelain City Part 2

In conjunction with the installation Evolution of Chinese Ceramics and Their Global Influence (on view on the Great Hall Balcony, Galleries 200–205), this four-part lecture series focuses on the influence that the city of Jingdezhen, China has had on contemporary artists.

Part Two
Artist Sin-ying Ho, who draws inspiration from both historical Chinese ceramics and contemporary pop culture, describes her experiences working in the ceramics studio and gives insight into how she creates her work.

Recorded March 3, 2013

Collections, Asian Art (81)

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