Tony Feher

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Jason Mandella
Free
For much of this century, Feher has pursued a millennial update on the offhanded sculptural aesthetic associated with Italian Arte Povera and American Postminimalism in the late 1960s and 1970s—the sort of practice in which detritus served as source material for scattershot, abstract installations. Feher's work brings vivid color to the table, as well as a palette of found materials ranging from plastic bottles filled with dyed water and soft-drink crates to polystyrene insulation and mylar thermal blankets. This show here is the final stop of a touring retrospective organized by the Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston.
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