2003 – Le Céladon, céramiques d’hier et d’aujourd’hui, bringing together ancient and contemporary pieces created using a technique first developed in China over 3,500 years ago.
2004 – L’Obsession du détail, a tribute to six radically different European creators with one thing in common: they all pay great attention to the expression of detail.
2005 – Terra Terre, presenting figurative Brazilian folk art made of ceramics from the Casa do Pontal Museum in Rio de Janeiro.
2007 – Double Vue, photographs of the manufacture workshops taken by Jean-Christophe Ballot along with 14 projects by students from the Ecole Cantonale d'Art de Lausanne.
2009 – Made in France, by Americans: In the 1990's, the arrival of a handful of North American ceramic sculptors started a major upheaval on the French ceramic art scene. Daphne Corregan, Wayne Fischer, Jeffrey Haines, Jonathan Hammer, Patrick Loughran, Kristin McKirdy, Luisa Maisel, Wade Saunders are stirring things up in French ceramics. Familiar with two cultures, they steered clear of the post-Modernism that dominated the French scene in the 1980's.Infusing their work with color, humor and sensuality, they look for ways to refresh their imagination in step with the world.