Sue Scott Gallery

Paola Ferrario

Selected Works

Exhibitions

Publications

Press

Events

Bio

  SOLO EXHIBITIONS
 
2012 Solo Exhibtion, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY (forthcoming)
2012 The Day Before the Parade, Oresman Gallery, Smith College of Art, North Hampton, MA
2009 Imprevisti/Unforseen, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY
2007 Uno Bravo: Texts and Photographs by Paola Ferrario, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo', University of New York, New York, NY
2003 Strange Flux, Photographs by Paola Ferrario with text by Mary Cappello, West Broadway Neighborhood Association, Providence, RI
2002 Texas Cotton Towns, Cons Arc Gallery, Chiasso, Switzerland
2000 Inheritance, Photography Gallery, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI

 
  GROUP EXHIBITIONS
 
2010 The Tattoo Show, The LGBT Community Center, New York, NY
  A Reluctant Apparition, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY
2008 Fotografie, e Un Treno Veloce Tra Due Laghi, Paola Ferrario and Stefan Dornbusch, Spazio Museale di Palazzzo Tornielli, Ameno (NO) Italy
  Studi Aperti, Associazione Asilo Bianco Ameno (NO) Italy
2007 Water Ways: Waters on the Edge: Six Photographers, University of North Texas at Denton, Denton, TX
2006 Making Panhandle Pictures, Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo, TX
  Size Matters, Rhys Gallery, Boston, MA
2005 Hand and Eye: 15 years of the Dorothea Land- Paul Taylor Prize, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Durham, NC
2003 Of Steel and Silver, photographs by P. Ferrario sculptures by Bill Martin, University Art Gallery, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN
  Once Upon a Time, Curator Coleen Kenyn, Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY
2002 Inheritance, by Paola Ferrario & TB-Diary, by Linda Troeller, Richard Stockton College Art Gallery, Pomona, NJ
  Building The Collection: New Gift and Aquisitions, The William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
  Flexible Space: Adaptive Reuse and the New Economic Mainstream; Artists and Architects Inspired by Mill Buildings and Their Preservation, Rhode Island Foundation Gallery and The Monohasset Mill, Providence, RI
  Royal Mill Project, Warwick Museum, Warwick, RI
2001 Inheritance, Blue Sky Gallery, Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts, Portland, OR
  The Afterlife of Images, photographs by P. Ferrario and A. Blume, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington DC
2000 Snapshots, Curated by Garry Sangster, The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD
  Digitally Smart, Curated by Bruce Wands, Ben Ortiz, Patty Bell Hastings, Sean Nixon. University of Bridgeport Gallery, Bridgeport, CT
1997 Home is Where the Heart is, Curator by Sarah Morthland, Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY and Print Club, Philadelphia, PA
  Matters of Fine Walls: Contemporary Women Photographers, Curated by David Little, Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
  Texas Cotton Towns, and American Dreams, Paola Ferrario and Sybil Miller, Gallery Four, Dallas Public Library, Dallas, Texas

 
  BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
2012 "The Dallas Art Fair: A Guide for Beginners", Ben Lima, D Mag
  "Paola Ferrario interviewed by George FIshman", QRartguide
  "Paola Ferrrario / The Day Before the Parade", There is No There, Hunter Braithwaite, February
2010 "Paola Ferrario / Sue Scott Gallery", Ben Lifson, Art in America
2009 "Goings on About Town: Art", Vince Aletti, The New Yorker
  "Paola Ferrario, 'Imprevisti / Unforseen' ", T.J. Carlin, Time Out New York
  "Paola Ferrario: Imprevisti / Unforseen", Loring Knoblauch, DLK Collection
  "Best in Photography", Howard Halle, Time Out New York
2007 "Lontani dal Proprio Paese", La Repubblica : Oggi 7. New York issue
2006 "Other Italies/Italy's Others", Metamorphoses: the Journal of the five colleges seminar on literary Translations
2004 "Document: Special Issue Hand and Eye", a publication of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke
  Afterimage, August issue
  Photography Quarterly, Center for Photography at Woodstock.
2002 Views of Royal Mills: Good Times, Hard Times, Providence Journal, Providence, RI
  "Pictures Of the Past Inspire Effort to Save Mill", Warwick Beacon, Warwick, RI
2001 "Duo Win Award for Project on Immigration", Warwick Beacon, Warwick, RI
2000 The Photo Review, summer issue
  "Where Art and Cultures Combine", Linda Murphy, Time Out, Kingston, RI
  Widening Photography's Eye, Jerry Cullum, Atlanta Journal
1997 "Safe at Home", Kathi Norklun, WOODSTOCK NEWS

 
  EDUCATION
 
1988 MFA in Photography, Yale University
1986 BFA in Photography, San Francisco Art Institute

 
  PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
 
  Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
  Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX
  Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo, TX
  Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington DC
  The Harry Ransom Resource Center, University of Texas, Austin, TX
  Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
  The National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
  Paris Museum, Guatemala City, Guatemala
  The William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs
  Yale Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
 
 
  FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
 
2005 Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography
  Teaching Award Santa Fe Center for Photography
2003 Puffin Foundation Grant
2002 New Work Grant, Rhode Island Foundation, In collaboration with the West Broadway neighborhood association
  Rhode Island Council For The Arts: Photography Grant
2001 Taylor-Lange Prize, Duke University
2000 Rhode Island Council For The Arts: Photography Grant
  Friends of Photography Calumet Emerging Photographer Award

 
  TEACHING EXPERIENCE
 
2005–2011 Harnish Visiting Artist in Photography, Smith College, Northampton, MA
1997–2005 Associate Professor of Photography, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI