This debut exhibition at Kasher|Potamkin, a new boutique-meets-gallery in New York City,
presents the work of over 40 artists including Sergei Isupov.

This inaugural exhibit, co-curated by Andi Potamkin and Steven Kasher, explores the intrigue of Woman through a dialectic of remoteness and closeness. It is an homage to the dream woman: her power, her mystery, and her allure. It is in exploration of what she teaches us about ourselves and the beautiful endless void which we fill with our own desires.

September 6–November 1
Kasher|Potamkin 515 West 26th Street, New York, NY

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


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

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 Sin-ying Ho and Robin Best
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


New York, NY
Intangible Beauty: Beautiful Women and the Endless Void
includes work by Sergei Isupov
inaugural exhibition | Sept 6–Nov 1
opening reception Sept 6, 6–8pm

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

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