Art in the Age of Influence: Peter Pincus | Sol LeWitt

July - September 9, 2020

Art in the Age of Influence: Peter Pincus | Sol LeWitt.

Exhibition dates: Mid-July through Sept 9, 2020
Opening Reception: Mid-July TBD

Peter Pincus presents a new body of work considering the influence and impact of conceptual artist, Sol LeWitt. Using color theory and formulaic design patterns as points of departure, Pincus creates brightly colored vessels and expansive tile murals. The work in this exhibition is
inspired by both the practice and primary source research from multiple visits to the long term installation Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective at MASS MoCA. Lewitt’s Wall Drawing 422 will be specifically relates the exhibition’s centerpiece, a series of 15 cylinder vases. In addition

to his work in ceramics, Pincus will presents drawings for the first time, revealing his step-by-step thought process. Art in the Age of Influence is a series of solo exhibitions presented by

Ferrin Contemporary during 2020-21 considering the impact of artist’s source materials on their process and practice.

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Peter Pincus, “Pair of Kraters” 2019, colored porcelain and gold luster, 12 x 6.5 x 5″.

Sol LeWitt, Drawing 422, Mass MoCA. The room (or wall) is divided vertically into fifteen parts. All one-, two-, three-, and four-part combinations of four colors, using color ink washes, November 1984, Color ink wash, Courtesy of the Estate of Sol LeWitt