The Center for Maine Contemporary Art has been supporting, exhibiting, and sustaining arts and artists with ties to Maine since its founding in 1952, when it was a cooperative known as Maine Coast Artists. Traditionally an exhibiting organization, it holds no permanent collection.
Relocated to downtown Rockland, into a new glass-enclosed space with a corrugated metal exterior, that takes advantage of Maine’s legendary light. The Center for Maine Contemporary Art showcases the work of contemporary painters, sculptors, and photographers working in Maine.
Life-size, walk-in installation in cardboard and black paint of a flooded artist's studio
Sculptures created exclusively from forged and welded nails
Large-scale photographs explore how we are enmeshed in an embodied and ephemeral world