New York Observer/Culture
“Ceramics Crack the Contemporary Art Market – Breaking the Mold” by Brook Mason.

Few slices of the art market have changed as radically, or, surprisingly, have been taken more seriously, in the past few years as the ever-so-sleepy ceramics and glass sector. … When it comes to contemporary ceramics, some dealers said, there’s a shift going on in terms of validity in the eyes of museums. “Glance back two decades only a handful of museums were incorporating such work in their holdings,” said Massachusetts dealer Leslie Ferrin.”

Mason notes the trend of museums recognizing the validity of ceramic work; Ferrin Contemporary’s Paul Scott has work in over 30 museums world wide.

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