Fergus McCaffrey to Open Spaces in St. Barths, Tokyo

October 2nd, 2014

Fergus McCaffrey, via Art Info

Fergus McCaffrey Gallery has announced new plans to expand its spaces, opening new spaces in St. Barths and Tokyo over the next several years.  “The continuity of artist production in St Barths is compelling,” says McCaffrey. “There is an interesting and very rich history of work being made there; including what might have been Cy Twombly’s last works, Polaroid photographs of flowers in the graveyards in Lorient and St. Jean.”

The new space continues the gallery’s unique global perspectives, both at large and with regards to St. Barths in particular, where McCaffrey had previously co-ran a residency program.  “I had been looking for space in Gustavia for two years and it is a part of a long-term plan I have had in mind,” he says. “This is another step in a strategic plan to globalize the gallery. The gallery’s third location opens in Tokyo in 2015.”