CARL FERRERO
August 2011

Brooklyn, NY – “Since completing my MFA at Brooklyn College in 2006, I have participated in numerous exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Italy and Berlin. I was selected to participate in the 2010 Artist in the Marketplace program at the Bronx Museum, and my work will be exhibited in the first Bronx Biennial. I have had solo exhibitions at Envoy Enterprises, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts and at Spike Gallery. My work has been included in “Lost Horizon,” at Exile, Berlin; “Alternative Histories” at Exit Art; “The Mind/Body Problem,” at Artists Space; “Aporia” at the Elizabeth Foundation Gallery and at LACE, Los Angeles; “Artist As Publisher,” at the Center for Book Arts; “Intercourse” at Platform Gallery in Seattle; “Metaphysics of Youth” in Pescara, Italy, and “Arte 3” in Terni, Italy. My videos have been screened at Galapagos Art Space, Littlefield and Monkey Town in Brooklyn, and at Dixon Place, the Tank and Envoy Enterprises in New York City.
        My artwork has been included in several publications, including \”Drawings On Writing,\” published by J&L books; \”No Milk Today,\” and \”When Johnny Comes Marching Home\” edited by Billy Miller; \”Red Square,\” published by Feature Inc., and \”The Underminer\”, by Mike Albo, published by Bloomsbury USA. I have taught Basic Design at Brooklyn College, and I have been a visiting artist at SMFA, Parsons, Columbia and Artist in Residence at Wilson College. My writing on the artist Joan Snyder appeared in the Spring 2006 issue of Rutgers University Magazine.

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