Ferrin Contemporary represented artist Sergei Isupov covered in contemporary art magazine Hi-Fructose.

Using clay as both a material for three-dimensional expression and as a canvas for his illustrations, Isupov capitalizes on all properties of what he finds to be the most open medium. He sculpts human and animal figures, and then adds illustrations in glaze. The paintings diffuse into the clay’s surface, like tattoos on his sculptures’ skin. Taken together, the two- and three-dimensional elements of his work establish a compacted but powerful scene of emotions and narratives.” Click here to read the full article.

Click here to view more of Isupov’s work and find where works are currently on display.