Fondation d’entreprise Bernardaud presents
My Blue China through November 21 | Limoges, France

My Blue China brings together the works of internationally renowned contemporary artists that make explicit reference to blue and white porcelain. Ferrin Contemporary artists Sin-ying Ho and Caroline Slotte are among the 13 artists in this exhibition.

“The exhibition shows the extent to which this universal leitmotif – whether applied to ceramics, painting, photography or video-making – refreshes our reflections on aesthetics, identity, hybrid art and cultural imperialism.” — Laurent de Verneuil, exhibition curator Fondation d’entreprise Bernardaud presents
My Blue China
through November 21 | Limoges, France

My Blue China brings together the works of internationally renowned contemporary artists that make explicit reference to blue and white porcelain. Ferrin Contemporary artists Sin-ying Ho and Caroline Slotte are among the 13 artists in this exhibition.

“The exhibition shows the extent to which this universal leitmotif – whether applied to ceramics, painting, photography or video-making – refreshes our reflections on aesthetics, identity, hybrid art and cultural imperialism.” — Laurent de Verneuil, exhibition curator

CAROLINE SLOTTE manipulates found materials, primarily ceramic everyday items, so that they take on new meanings. The tensions between the recognizable and the enigmatic, the ordinary and the unexpected are recurring thematic concerns. “Many of the objects that I choose to rework carry within them a rich history, a cultural background that I can pull from. In that way, I can count on the objects triggering associations and my role in the process becomes one of pointing to the material and the stories inherent in it.” #ferrincontemporaryontheroad

More photos from the opening of My Blue China and exploring collections in FranceBleu-blanc_173 x 117_EXE.indd066e1018-c396-472e-959a-294f5d92e55d4abde648-66df-4ac1-b31f-b25061fbc73e

FERRIN CONTEMPORARY presents contemporary ceramic art for exhibition and sale at 1315 MASS MoCA Way in North Adams, MA; in galleries and museums around the world; and on our website.

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