'Jennifer Lee: the potter’s space’, is now open at Kettle's Yard in Cambridge. This exhibition, curated by Sarah Griffin and designed by Jamie Fobert Architects, includes 40 works dating from 1983 to 2019 and is the first solo display of Lee's work in a UK public institution since 1994.
Lee is one of the most important contemporary artists working in clay and was last year's winner of the Loewe Craft Prize. Her work is held in over forty international public collections, and she regularly exhibits in London, Sydney and Japan.
This exhibition allows the visitor to view the chronological evolution of Lee's ceramics, as it comprises works made from different periods throughout her career. It will run until the 22nd of September. Further information about this show and the museum's opening hours may be found here.
All installation photography is courtesy of Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge. This photography is by Stephen White.
Two works in this exhibition, Smoky olive, haloed stone band, coned rim, 1995 (JL-0073) and Slate blue, graphite clusters, tilted olive shelf, 2011 (JL-0076) have been lent by Erskine, Hall & Coe.