In conjunction with his travelling survey exhibition, D'Amelio Gallery is pleased to announce the release of a fully-illustrated monograph on Tony Feher's work. The 272-page book, with more than 100 full-color plates and essays by Russell Ferguson, Chair, Department of Art, UCLA, and exhibition curator Claudia Schmuckli, will be the largest publication to date to fully document and interpret Feher’s artistic output. For the first time, the book succinctly documents the numerous site-specific engagements of space and landscape in the artist's celebrated exhibition history of public commissions and installations. The monograph is designed by Takaaki Matsumoto Inc., New York, and published and distributed by Gregory R. Miller & Co., New York.
"This first comprehensive survey of the 56-year-old artist’s work in various media brings to life Feher’s archeology of the everyday, in all its poetic, barely-there glory; and deepens our appreciation of his continuing influence on other artists working today...."
- Bernard Lumpkin, The Brooklyn Rail
The book is distributed by D.A.P and will be available for purchase at the gallery.