Czech ceramic designers Daniel Pirsc and Maxim Velcovsky have created a collection of white porcelain pieces for Applied Arts Agency exhibition Czech Mania, which opens on 21 March. The collection, entitled The Unbearable Whiteness of Being, after Czech novelist Milan Kundera’s novel, features vases and a carriage clock (both exhibits pictured by Velcovsky) among others. The show runs until 26 April.
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