For every exhibition Kay has curated at The Ceramic House, a new group of artists has been selected. Initially inviting artists known personally, Kay has built up her stable of artists through meticulous research and through visiting fairs, shows, exhibitions and biennials as well as meeting artists on residencies and at symposia and conferences.
The Ceramic House is as artist’s home. It is also a pop-up gallery where world-class artists are invited to participate in something slightly out of the ordinary. Each year, different emerging and established are sought appropriate to the theme, and have included veteran artists such as Sandy Brown, Paul Scott and Priscilla Mouritzen as well as up-and-coming artists such as Malene Hartmann Rasmussen, Delfina Emmanuel and Jin Eui Kim.
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Made in Korea, The Ceramic House
Made in Korea International Residency, British Ceramics Biennial
Landscape : Islands, Contemporary Ceramics about Landscape, The Ceramic House
Landscape : Islands – An Exploration into Ceramics and Sound International Residency, Phoenix Brighton
In A Shetland Landscape, In Camera Gallery
DARK/LIGHT – Black and White Contemporary Ceramics, The Ceramic House
Fantastic Tales – Contemporary Danish Ceramics, The Ceramic House
The Ceramic House 2013
The Ceramic House 2012
Public Art in a Private Place, The Ceramic House
Followed by a gallery of artists in alphabetical order