its dimensions” which explores the cultural historical, creative, technical, economical and social dimension of ceramics. A fundamental part of this project is the exhibition “European cultural lifestyle in ceramics. From baroque until today”, managed by the International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, which intends to explore the past usage of ceramics in order to better know our present situation, starting from the everyday ceramic production to reach the great possibilities of ceramics in any field, included the world of art and design. The historical, artistic contexts explore the lifestyles linked to ceramics from the Baroque to nowadays, from the noble tables of the Faenza “whites” to the great technical discoveries of the European porcelain, of the creamware and of the design. The exhibition has a didactic spirit, a new approach to the collections through a narration of ceramics “inside” the history of the society, for this reason the ceramics will be shown side by side to interesting and attractive photographic panels. About 200 ceramic works, coming from 9 European museums, displayed in different setting, each in representation of historical, social trends, will offer a particular vision of the European lifestyles from the 17th century up to nowadays. The travelling exhibition is housed in 6 venues: the Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade, the Porcellain Museum in Selb, the “Potteries Museum & Art Gallery” in Stoke on Trent, the Museum of Applied Arts and Design in Tallin, the National Museum of Ceramic "González Martí" in Valencia and the MIC Faenza. Three European museums support the exhibition with their important loans of ceramics: The National Museum of Slovenia in Ljubljana, The Porcelain Museum in Riga and The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague.

The exhibition timing:
1 – The Muzej primenjene umetnosti, Beograd, May 19th to June 27th 2015
2 — The Porzellanikon, Selb, July 31st to November 15th 2015
3 – The Museo Nacional de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias, González Martí, Valencia, January 15th to April 10th 2016
4 – The International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, April 23 to September 11th 2016
5 – The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent, October 1st to January 6th 2017
6 – The Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design, Tallin, January 22nd to 30th April 2017
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