Join us for a discussion of contemporary ceramics and the work of Sergei Isupov.
Isupov created Jarira, Farangis, and The Orchard referencing illustration patterns from A Young Daughter of the Picts by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues c. 1585, from the Yale Center for British Art collection. Ferrin explored this trend of contemporary artists to reinterpret history in the 2012 exhibition COVET that paired artists and museum collections to create new works. Ferrin, who curated the exhibit, will explain more during her talk on Sunday

Sergei Isupov is represented
by Ferrin Contemporary.
Upcoming Projects

South Hadley, MA
Inspiration in Clay: Sixty Centuries of Ceramics
features work by Kurt Weiser and Paul Scott
Mount Holyoke Art Museum | Aug 26–May 31, 2015

North Adams, MA
Ferrin Contemporary presents the work of Robin Best
Independent Art Projects | Aug 28–Sept 21
Ferrin Contemporary presents the work of Lauren Mabry
Independent Art Projects | Sept 25–Nov 16

Orem, UT
InCiteful Clay
includes Ferrin Contemporary artist Sergei Isupov
Woodbury Art Museum | Sept 1–Oct 20


North Adams, MA
Ferrin Contemporary presents Sin-ying Ho, Steven Young Lee, Sergei Isupov
Independent Art Projects | July 31–Sept 21

Vallauris, France
International Biennial of the Vallauris Institute
features work by Sergei Isupov
Hôtel de Ville, Vallauris, France | July 5–Nov 17

Albany, NY
Body Language
Sergei Isupov’s large sculptural heads are featured in this group show
Albany International Airport | Apr 5–Sept 7

Bellevue, WA
At Your Service
includes Ferrin Contemporary artists Caroline Slotte and Giselle Hicks
Bellevue Arts Museum | Feb 14–Sept 21

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