WHITE GOLD - A FRAGILE ECCENTRICITY, was an exhibition of extraordinary figurines, tableware, and decorative and religious objects, designed in the 18th Century by master Rococo sculptor Franz Anton Bustelli, and still produced today by arguably the world’s greatest porcelain manufactory, Porzellan- Manufaktor Nymphenburg, Munich, Germany.

The exhibition was highly provocative, seen almost as a threat to the prevalent foothold of Modernism in design and architecture.

In her May 25, 2000, review for The New York Times, Julie V. Iovine characterized Moss’s introduction of figurative, patterned, fragile ‘eccentricities’ into his heretofore Modernist world as “…a gesture that could be interpreted as either the last straw for minimalism or an inspired embrace of refined product design.”