From September 5, 2020 to January 3, 2021, the Domaine de Chantilly will host a major exhibition in the Château’s Grands Appartements including its delightful Grande Singerie (Monkey Room) where fine porcelain and eccentric modernity will meet. The princely porcelain of Meissen and Chantilly, which influenced the decorative arts during the Age of Enlightenment, will be given a place of honor in a spectacular design created by Peter Marino. It will be the first time a large-scale exhibition is dedicated to the study of Meissen and Chantilly porcelain. For the occasion, exceptional loans from the Porzellansammlung in Dresden as well as private and public collections in Europe will be brought together. A considerable number of these artworks have never been presented in France or outside of Germany. Read the full summary here.
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