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New York Ceramics and Glass Fair 2015

Ferrin Contemporary will present two exhibitions at the

NYCGF logo 2015

Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street, (between 1st & 2nd Avenues) New York

at the Ferrin Contemporary Booth on the 4th Floor

This group exhibition brings together work by several top ceramic artists represented by Ferrin Contemporary. Included will be pieces by Stephen Bowers, Claire Curneen, Steven Young Lee, Frances Palmer, Paul Scott, Bonnie Smith, Vipoo Srivilasa, Mara Superior, and Kurt Weiser. Form and surface merge in various constructions embodying elements of the human form, of animals, and of abstracted thought. The work in this exhibit gives a taste of the broad range of work being created in ceramics today.

Please note: This exhibit will be shown in the Ferrin Contemporary booth on the fourth floor.

Stephen Bowers

Stephen Bowers, "Crimson Rosella" camouflage plate, 2014, earthenware, underglaze colour, clear glaze, on-glaze burnished gold lustre, 12.2".

Bonnie Smith

Vipoo Srivilasa

Claire Curneen

Claire Curneen, "Mary Magdalene" 2013, porcelain, gold lustre, 22.5".

Frances Palmer

Frances Palmer, "Oval Footed Bowl with Trees" 2014, porcelain, cobalt, glaze, gold luster, 13 x 6.5 x 7".

Mara Superior

Mara Superior, "Wounded Beauty" 2014, porcelain, cobalt, glaze, gold luster, metal wire, 12 x 15 x 5.5".

MADE IN CHINA: THE NEW EXPORT WARE

NYC&GF 2015 Ferrin Contemporary MADE IN CHINA booth.

at the Ferrin Contemporary Special Exhibition Booth on the 3rd Floor MADE IN CHINA examines the contemporary, ceramic-centric exchange between eastern and western artists and markets. Marked by ever-increasing cross-cultural collaboration, this contemporary ceramics movement emerging from China is urging a re-definition of today’s export ware.
Exploring the growing cultural exchange between east and west.
With increasing frequency, western artists are traveling to China to produce ceramic work using traditional Chinese methods. In this exhibition, Ferrin Contemporary brings together work that reveals the essential aspects of contemporary ceramics currently coming out of China.
It is a dynamic relationship with appropriation and collaboration occurring in both directions.

Julie Bartholomew

Julie Bartholomew, “Rarely Seen, Drummond’s Cronostylis” 2013, porcelain, silver decals, 2.5 x 3.5”.

Caroline Cheng

Caroline Cheng, "Prosperity V" 2007, porcelain, fabric, 71 x 71".

Sam Chung

Future Retrieval

Future Retrieval, "Gangsters Paradise" (installation) detail, 2014, porcelain, wood, cut paper, 40 x 20 x 8".

Sin-ying Ho

Sin-ying Ho, left: "One World, Many Peoples No. 2" (77 x 23.25") and right: "Temptation - Life of Goods No. 2" (68 x 23.5") 2010, porcelain, cobalt pigment, underglaze, decal, glaze.

Garth Johnson

Garth Johnson, "Proverb Plate Series, Knocking so Secret into You"

Paul Mathieu

Paul Scott

Paul Scott, "Cumbrian Blue(s), Garden No: 2 (after Turner and Stephenson) 2014, Staffordshire transferware with Chinese porcelain, gold leaf, tile cement, epoxy resin,  12.5 x 10.25".

 Robert Silverman

Robert Silverman,  "Bar Code Red", 2012, re-fired commercial porcelain tiles, 12 x 12"

Vipoo Srivilasa

Vipoo Srivilasa, "The Patience Flower" 2014, Jingdezhen super white porcelain, 10 x 6.6".


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