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Musée Ariana was built at the end of the 19th century by Genevan art collector Gustave Revilliod specifically to house his multidisciplinary collection. It is now one of the world's most important museums devoted to ceramics and glass, housing over 24,000 ceramic pieces and 3,000 examples of glassware and stained glass illustrating the history of these crafts throughout the centuries. The museum also supports contemporary creative endeavor through regular temporary exhibitions. Guided visits, roundtable events and children's workshops feature on its educational programme, while its library houses an extensive collection of texts dedicated to the subject. Headquartered on site is the International Academy of Ceramics, which supports and promotes ceramics professionals around the world.

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1202 Geneva


Vue de l’exposition « My Blue China. La mondialisation en bleu et blanc », 16 décembre 2015 – 28 février 2016. En partenariat avec la Fondation Bernardaud à Limoges (France). Photo : Jean-Marc Cherix © Musée Ariana, Ville de Genève
Vue de l’exposition « Potières d’Afrique. Voyage au coeur d’une tradition contemporaine », 2018. En partenariat avec le Musée des Confluences, Lyon (France).Photo: Jean-Marc Cherix © Musée Ariana, Ville de Genève
Vue de l’installation « Takashi Hinoda - céramiques », 24 septembre – 22 novembre 2015. Photo : Nicolas Lieber © Musée Ariana, Ville de Genève
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