One person shows

2016 Erskine, Hall & Coe, London.
2015  Jennifer Lee - Ceramics made in Shigaraki and London,
Sokyo Gallery, Kyoto.
2015  Jennifer Lee, Tada no yume deshou ka,
The Institute of Ceramic Studies Gallery Shigaraki.
2013  Erskine, Hall & Coe, London.
2012  Frank Lloyd Gallery, Los Angeles.
2010  Liverpool Street Gallery, Sydney.
2009  Frank Lloyd Gallery, Los Angeles.
2008  Galerie Besson, London.
2006  Liverpool Street Gallery, Sydney.
2005  Frank Lloyd Gallery, Los Angeles.
2003  Galerie Besson, London.
2002  Frank Lloyd Gallery, Los Angeles.
2000  Galerie Besson, London.
1999  James Graham & Sons, New York.
1998  Focus, Contemporary Applied Arts, London.
1997   Galerie Besson, London.
1996  James Graham & Sons, New York.
1995  Galerie Besson, London.
1994  Jennifer Lee - Handbuilt Ceramics 1979-1994, Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museum.
1994  Osiris, Brussels.
1993  Galleri Lejonet, Stockholm.
1993  Jennifer Lee - Handbyggda Stengodskärl 1979-1993, Röhsska Museet, Göteborg.
1992  Galerie Besson, London.
1991  Graham Gallery, New York.
1990  Galerie Besson, London.
1987  Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Crafts Council.
1987  Beaux Arts, Bath.
1986  Craft Centre, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester.
1985  Institute of Contemporary Art, London, Crafts Council Side-show.
1985  Rosenthal Studio-Haus, London.
1984  Anatol Orient, London.
1981  The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh.

“Because she does not use glaze, her subtle colours and misty shades come not from a veil draped over the pot but from within its very substance, as in the face of a cliff.
There must also be a sensitivity to shape and material linked to a kind of daring that comes from an instinctive understanding of both. It is this which fuels true creation and gives her work such distinction and beauty.”

Sir David Attenborough

Jennifer Lee - Handbyggda Stengodskärl 1979-1993, Röhsska Museet, Göteborg. 1993.