Célia Hay

(b. 1991, Marseille) lives and works between London and Marseille. Represented by Maison Contemporain, Paris.
Press: Boum! Bang! Magazine, GUP Magazine, Women CineMakers vol. 6

MA Photography (passed with merit) at Central Saint Martins (UAL), London, UK
MA Fine Art (passed with distinction), Marseille-Mediterranean College of Art and Design (INSEAMM), FR

03/02/2023 Book launch of Outskirts with Bradley King, Power and Light Press, Silver City (New Mexico)
02/01/2023 - 31/01/2023 Residency with Bradley King, Power and Light Press, Silver City (New Mexico)
19/08/2022 - 21/08/2022 Group show ‘Earth / Body’, Central Contemporary Arts, Providence (Rhode Island)
09/12/2021 - 12/12/2021 Group show ‘Per ricordarsi di dimenticare’, Julio Artist-run Space, Paris
18/09/2021 Screening of ‘Aphra and Aradia’ as part of ‘Run & Space’, Espace Vanhomwegen, Brussels 
29/05/2021 - 13/06/2021 Group show Jeune Création 71, Fondation Fiminco, Paris
04/06/2021 Screening of ‘Aphra and Aradia’ as part of Jeune Création 71 film screening programme, Galerie Jeune Création, Paris
25/02/2021 Talk ‘Radical image making in the digital age’ with Julia Wolf, In-ruins
26/09/2020 Group show ‘Bivouacs’, BétonSalon Center for Art and Research, Paris

Behind the scenes of ‘Does Spring Hide Its Joy’. Photograph courtesy of Sweatmother

Jeune Création 71 (annual edition), Fondation Fiminco, Romainville. Graphic design by Gwladys Arcanger

Solo show ‘There were only seekers’, L’Hypothèse du Lieu gallery, Marseille

‘Bac à Sable’, curated by Margaux Bonopera, Grégoire d’Ablon and Matt Frenot, Été Indien(s), Arles

Show Room Art-o-rama - Marseille’s International Fair of Contemporary Art, curated by Furiosa, Friche la Belle de Mai, Marseille. Exhibition view: Aurélien Meimaris

Book launch of ‘Fresh Eyes’ published by GUP Magazine, in partnership with Voies Off, Arles

Performing in Julia Wolf and Anni Katrin Elmer’s ‘Performing Proximity’ as part of the Royal College of Art Degree Show, London

Exhibition ‘Rêvez! #3’ at Collection Lambert - Avignon’s Museum of Contemporary Art, Avignon. Exhibition view: Aurélien Meimaris