Other names: Margarete Heymann, Margarete Heymann-Löbenstein (Loebenstein), Margarete Heymann-Marks, Grete Marks, Margaret Marks





  • Bauhaus, Weimar (student)
  • Burslem School of Art (teacher)
  • Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts (student)
  • Grete Pottery (founder)
  • Hael Workshops (co-founder)
  • Minton Pottery (employee)



  • Interstices: Discovering the Ben Uri Collection – Selected by René Gimpel, Ben Uri Gallery (2020)
  • Grete Marks: An Intimate Portrait, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester (2019)
  • Two Cologne-born Artists at the Bauhaus, Makk Art and Design, Cologne (2019)
  • Finchleystrasse: German Artists in Exile in Great Britain and Beyond 1933–45, Ben Uri Gallery & Museum at the German Embassy, London (2018)
  • Refugees: The Lives of Others, Ben Uri Gallery, London (2017)
  • Shaping Ceramics: From Lucie Rie to Edmund de Waal, Jewish Museum, London (2016)
  • MoMoWo 100 Works in 100 Years – European Women in Architecture & Design 1918–2018, University of Oviedo, Spain and touring (2016)
  • Grete Marks: When Modern Was Degenerate, Milwaukee Art Museum (2016)
  • Tonalities: Jewish Women Ceramicists from Germany after 1933, Jewish Museum, Berlin (2013–14)
  • Ceramics Museum Berlin: Haël-Keramik 1923–33 (2012)
  • Summer in the City: Contemporary Responses, Ben Uri Art Gallery, London (2011)
  • Forced Journeys: Artists in Exile in Britain c. 1933–45, Ben Uri Gallery and touring (2008)
  • Margarete Marks and Pamina Liebert-Mahrenholz, Boundary Gallery, London (2008)
  • Margarete Marks, Hael Pottery, Velten (2006)
  • Radical and Modest: Work, Leisure and the Everyday, Ben Uri Gallery (2005)
  • Influential Europeans, Crafts Council, London (1992)
  • Margarete Marks, Ben Uri Art Gallery, London (1979)
  • Margarete Marks – Mosaics, Paintings, Drawings, Ben Ben Uri Art Gallery, London (1960)
  • Pictures for the Home, Ben Uri Art Gallery, London (1960)
  • Annual Exhibition, Ben Uri Art Gallery, London (1958)
  • Margarete Marks, Roland, Browse & Delbanco, London (1956)
  • Margarete Marks, Redfern Gallery, London (1954)
  • Autumn Exhibition of Paintings, Sculptures and Drawings by Contemporary Jewish Artists, Ben Uri Art Gallery, London (1951)
  • Arts and Crafts (Seasonal Gifts) Bazaar, Ben Uri Art Gallery, London (1950)
  • Margarete Marks, Bloomsbury Gallery, London (1938)
  • Twentieth Century German Art, New Burlington Galleries, London (1938)
  • Burslem School of Art, Burslem (1937)