Peter Pincus Exhibition and Artist Talk
Through porcelain vessels and more, Assistant Professor Peter Pincus blends color theory, the history of decorative arts and cutting-edge technical experimentation in ceramics.
An exhibition of his latest work, "The Incomplete Collection," is on view Aug. 18-Sept. 24 at RIT City Art Space. Join Gallery Director John Aasp in conversation with Pincus about his project, followed by a reception, 6-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8, in the downtown Rochester space.
As an artist and designer, Pincus continues to garner national attention for his research-based practice that includes the Josiah Wedgwood collection at the Birmingham Museum of Art (AL) and, most recently, an examination of several conceptual works by Sol LeWitt at MASS MoCA (North Adams, MA). Pincus is an assistant professor of ceramics in RIT's College of Art and Design.
When and Where
Open to the Public