“A day spent exploring in the Sol LeWitt retrospective at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art has inspired a new show by ceramicist Peter Pincus.

“Art in the Age of Influence: Peter Pincus | Sol LeWitt,” which reopened Ferrin Contemporary on Saturday, features new works inspired by three of LeWitt’s wall drawings, “No. 340,” “No. 422” and “No. 289.” The show is the first of “Art in the Age of Influence,” a series of solo exhibitions, presented by the gallery, which considers the impact of artists’ source materials on their artistic process and practice.

Pincus’ work in this exhibition began during his first visit to our gallery located on the Mass MoCA campus for the opening of a group show…”

Peter Pincus, ‘Scratch Spin Amphora’ 2020, colored porcelain, gold luster, 18 x 8 x 8″ (each).