Tony Feher: A Single Act of Carelessness Will Result in the Eternal Loss of Beauty

March 10-October 21, 2007

Over the past twenty-five years, New York-based artist Tony Feher has been working with a variety of commonplace materials to create abstract sculptures and installations that dramatically and playfully engage the spaces they inhabit. Working at the intersection of Assemblage, Minimalism, and Postminimalism, Feher employs a unique formal vocabulary typified by the serial repetition of found materials. The results, which usually are characterized by graceful restraint and humor, beg viewers to draw their own conclusions about the work’s meaning.

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