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July 2001

Objects for Study

Buenos dias, Monaco—a collection of porcelain sculpture made by renowned Spanish manufacturer Lladró, will arrive in Munich in August, after a decade of traveling the world. This extraordinary exhibition, which originated in 1991 in the erimitage, St. Petersburg, and moved on to numerous locations including Benheim Palace, England, and the San Carlo College, Modena, will be on display in the Max-Joseph-Saal at the Residenz from August 8 to19. For over five decades, the Valencia-suburb-based Lladró manufactory has created exquisite figurines based on the designs of company founders Juan, José and Vicente Lladró. Most of these will be displayed at this fascinating exhibition, which also includes an introduction to the complicated process of producing these fragile collectibles. “Lladró—A Vision in Porcelain,” Max-Joseph-Saal, Residenz, open daily 10 am–6 pm. <<< KA

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