New Work

10-Step Art Career
Perfect Disaster

Three Way Tie for Last
Everything Must Go

Contact High
St Anthony's Basement 2019
Vox Populi 2012
Feature Inc 2011

Bronx Museum 2011
Envoy 2009
Kathleen Cullen 2006
Group exhibitions
Collab w/Claire Donato


Sort of Straight, 2011.
Oil on linen, painted linen flags, string, nails; 36 x 58"

CJF is an artist whose experimental paintings, drawings, collages and sculptures blur the line between subject and object. Slyly referencing and revealing the process of its own making, the work engages a variety of social, political, and cultural issues. Currently they are at work on an autobiographical project called Mixtape.

Carl Ferrero was born in a farming town in New Jersey, and now resides in New York City. Carl has had solo exhibitions at Feature Inc., Vox Populi, Envoy Enterprises, Saint Anthony's Basement, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts and has contributed work to shows at Artist’s Equity, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Artists Space, The Elizabeth Foundation, LACE, Exile, and Artenova in Italy. Ferrero received an MFA from Brooklyn College, was awarded a Pollock Krasner Foundation grant, and fellowships from the Millay Colony, the AIM program, and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. Ferrero will begin the Master's of Social Work program at Columbia University in 2021.