Ferrin Contemporary is the preferred source for contemporary ceramic art circa 1950 – present, with over 35 years of experience and expertise in the presentation for sale of primary and secondary market works by leading international artists whose primary medium is clay.
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FERRIN CONTEMPORARY presents contemporary ceramic art by mid-career and established artists in their gallery space located on the campus of MASS MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts. The space serves as both a project incubator and public space to exhibit selected works related to international projects, art fairs and curatorial programming.
INDEPENDENT ART PROJECTS – Ferrin Contemporary makes the space available for funded, curated exhibitions through Independent Art Projects. This program draws from a broad range of international artists, government supported agencies, private foundations and commercial galleries.
BUILDING 13 – Also located in Building 13 is Cynthia Reeves Gallery, The Artist Book Foundation, Assets for Artists and The Studios at MASS MoCA.
Link to Ferrin Contemporary at 1315 MASS MoCA Way to see a listing of current and upcoming shows.
Link to independentartprojects.com to learn more about Independent Art Projects.
Housed in a renovated 8,000 square foot 19th-century mill building on the bank of the Westfield River, Project Art is midway between the Berkshires and Pioneer Valley , just 3.5 hours from NYC and 2.5 hours from Boston.
Home to Ferrin Contemporary’s business office, library, and art warehouse, Project Art also exhibits selected artworks by resident artists, Sergei Isupov, Kadri Parnamets and Paul Scott, short and long term studio residencies and other artists engaged in the international program for visiting artists and art professionals. Works are for sale and available to be seen by appointment.
Project Art promotes and supports local, national, and international ceramic art and artists through residencies, studio rentals, public programs, and exhibitions.
Link to projectart01026.com to learn more about Project Art and upcoming events.
To schedule a visit or to be informed about events held at Project Art, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through innovative partnerships with leading museums and galleries, Ferrin Contemporary presents for view and sale exemplary works of ceramic art circa 1950 – present throughout the US and abroad.