Since February 2020, Charlotte Vignon has been Director of the French national museum of ceramic located at Sèvres, just outside Paris (Musée national de céramique de Sèvres). Previously, she was Curator of Decorative Arts at The Frick Collection in New York for more than 10 years, where she organized several exhibitions and authored related catalogues: Exuberant Grotesques: Renaissance Maiolica from the Fontana Workshop (2009), Turkish Taste at the Court of Marie-Antoinette (2011), White Gold: Highlights from the Arnhold Collection of Meissen Porcelain (2011), Gold, Jasper, and Carnelian: Johann Christian Neuber at the Saxon Court (2012), Precision and Splendor: Clocks and Watches at The Frick Collection (2013), Pierre Gouthière: Virtuoso Gilder at the French Court (2016), Fired by Passion: Masterpieces of Du Paquier Porcelains from the Sullivan Collection (2017), Masterpieces of French Faience: Selections from the Sidney R. Knafel Collection (2018), and Elective Affinities: Edmund de Waal at The Frick Collection (2019). She has held museum fellowships at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cleveland Museum of Art, and The Frick Collection, where she was an Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow before being appointed curator. Vignon has published widely in the field of European decorative arts, including 16th- to 19th-century ceramics, tapestries, furniture, and architecture, as well as on the history of the art market and collecting in the United States. She is the author of Duveen Brothers and the Market for Decorative Arts, 1880−1940 and Gouthière’s Candelabras, with Edmund de Waal, both published in 2019.