Tony Feher

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Beautiful Day, 2001
Untitled (Rings), 2000
Ultra Fuchsia, 2005
Indianapolis, 2007
Aspen, 2007
© Courtesy of the artist and D'Amelio Terras, New York
Same (detail), 2008 Accumulated Material To Be Spread Evenly On A Painted Surface 48 X 96 X 2" Overall © courtesy of the Artist and Anthony Meier Fine Arts
Four Drawn Conclusions, 2004 Various Plastic And Metal Strapping And Parts Dimensions Vary With Installation © Courtesy of Artist and D'Amelio Terras
Blossom, 2008 Extruded Polystyrene 4 X 8 X 2 Feet © Courtesy the artist and ACME, LA
Untitled, 2009 19 X 17 X 12 Inches © Courtesy of the Artist and ACME
Untitled (Tube), detail, 2010 Clear Vinyl Tubing, Distilled Water, Blue Food Color And Binder Clips Installation Dimensions Variable © © Tony Feher, courtesy The Pace Gallery
GMP, 2012 Glass, Galvanized Steel Wire And Chrome Plated Steel Chain Dimensions Vary With Installation © Courtesy of the Artist and Anthony Meier Fine Arts
GMP, 2012. Detail view Glass, Galvanized Steel Wire And Chrome Plated Steel Chain Dimensions Vary With Installation © Courtesy of the Artist and Anthony Meier Fine Arts
Grand Ma's Pussy, 2013 (studio view) Glass, Galvanized Steel Wire, And Chrome Plated Steel Chain Dimensions Variable © Courtesy of the Artist and ACME
Installation view, 2013 Glass, Galvanized Steel Wire, And Zinc Chain Dimensions Variable © Courtesy of the Artist and ACME
Installation view, 2013 Glass, Galvanized Steel Wire, And Zinc Chain Dimensions Variable © Courtesy of the Artist and ACME
Come Out and Play Stephen Jay [detail], 2013 Painter's Tape Site Specific Installation Dimensions Variable © Courtesy of the artist & The deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Blue Bottles 3 © Courtesy of the artist & The Bronx Museum of the Arts
© Courtesy of the artist & The Akron Art Museum
Je Respire (avec Duchamp), 2016 Vinyl Flagging Tape Dimensions Variable © Courtesy of the Artist and Sikkema Jenkins & Co.
Quick Facts
Albuquerque, NM
Lives in
New York
Works in
New York
University of Texas, 1978, B.A.
Representing galleries
found-object, installation, sculpture
Since the 1990's, Tony Feher has shown widely in the US and elsewhere.  His work combines a sense of effortless style and beguiling wit.  Light, minimal, colorful and playful, his installations exhibit profound depth and cause one to stop for a small laugh, a moment of reflection, or a deep sigh.
solo exhibitions



Tony Feher: Sculpture, Wooster Gardens, New York, September 11–October 9,1993.


Tony Feher at Wooster Gardens, The Gramercy International, New York, April 29–May 2, 1994.

Installation for Poetry and Performance, The Contemporary, New York, September 17, 1994. (Organized by Simon Watson)


Tony Feher, ACME, Santa Monica, California, September 8–October 10, 1995.

Tony Feher: Passing Through, Richard Anderson Fine Arts, New York, October 19–November 25, 1995.


Tony Feher: Broadway Window Project, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, April 15–May 3, 1996.

Project Room: Tony Feher, Boesky and Callery Fine Arts, New York, November 21–December 21, 1996.


Tony Feher, D’Amelio Terras, New York, May 3–June 21, 1997.

Tony Feher: Siempre Contigo, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, October 29–December 14, 1997. (Curated by Nina Felshin. Catalogue; text by Nina Felshin)


Tony Feher, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, January 10–February 7, 1998.


Tony Feher, Numark Gallery, Washington, D.C., January 8–March 5, 1999.

Tony Feher: Probably Best Seen in a Dark Room with the T.V. On, Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, April 10–May 23, 1999.

Tony Feher: And on the Eighth Day, Mercer Union, Toronto, June 13–26, 1999.

Tony Feher: 1999, D’Amelio Terras, New York, November 13–December 23, 1999.


Tony Feher: ASISWAS, Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, January 13–February 12, 2000. (Brochure)

Tony Feher, ACME, Los Angeles, March 18–April 23, 2000.

Tony Feher, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco, September 8–October 6, 2000.


Tony Feher: Maybe, D’Amelio Terras, New York, November 17–December 22, 2001.


Tony Feher: Red Room and More, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, June 24–September 9, 2001. Traveled to: UCLA Hammer Museum, University of California, Los Angeles, November 13, 2001–January 27, 2002. (Curated by Amada Cruz. Catalogue; texts by Bill Arning, Amada Cruz and John Lindell; interview by Adam Weinberg)


Tony Feher: The Seventh Room, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, April 6–30, 2002.

Tony Feher: Maybe/Enjoy, Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts, April 25–August 11, 2002. (Curated by Susan L. Stoops. Catalogue; text by Susan L. Stoops)

Tony Feher, Numark Gallery, Washington, D.C., May 17–June 22, 2002.

Tony Feher: I’m Tired of Toast, Matrix 201a, University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, September 22–October 27, 2002. (Curated by Adrienne Gagnon)


Tony Feher, La Fundación “La Caixa,” Lleida, Spain, January 22–February 2004. (Curated by Cira Pasqual Marquina)

Tony Feher: The Wart on the Bosom of Mother Nature, D’Amelio Terras, New York, May 8–July 2, 2004.


Tony Feher, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco, November 4–December 16, 2005.


Tony Feher, Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas, October 8, 2005–May 2006. (Organized by Rob Weiner)


Tony Feher, The Suburban, Oak Park, Illinois, November 5, 2006–January 31, 2007.


Tony Feher: A Single Act of Carelessness Will Result in the Eternal Loss of Beauty, Efroymson Entrance Pavilion, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana, March 10–October 21, 2007. (Curated by Lisa Freiman)

Tony Feher: Western Edition, ACME, Los Angeles, April 21–May 19, 2007.

Tony Feher: Some Time Soon, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, June 9–September 16, 2007. (Curated by Deborah Fullerton)

group exhibitions
Corpus Christi Art Foundation Annual Exhibition , Art Museum of South Texas , Corpus, May 16–June 15, 1980. (Curated by Linda Cathcart)
Underground Artists of the City , Gaslight Theater, Austin, Texas, 1980.
First Time Out , South Texas Art Mobile, Corpus Christi, 1981.
Ceramics Invitational , Corpus Christi State University, Texas, 1981.
Group exhibition, 148 Church, New York, 1984.
New Work , Tower Gallery, New York, 1985.
Group exhibition, 179 Ludlow, New York, 1987.
Atomic Art , Max Fish, New York, 1989. (Organized by Uli Rimkas)
Tony Feher / Nancy Brooks Brody , 134 Charles Street, New York, January 1990.
Group exhibition, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, April 14–May 12, 1990.
Looking at a Revolution: Documenting the AIDS Activist Movement , Simon Watson Gallery, New York, June 21–July 20, 1990.
AIDS/SIDA , Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut, September 6–29, 1990.
Gulliver’s Travels , Galerie Sophia Ungers, Cologne, April 1991. (Catalogue)
Tony Feher, Paula Hayes, Curtis Mitchell , Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, July 12–August 14, 1991.
Group exhibition, New Era Space, New York, November 26–December 21, 1991. (Curated by Collins and Milazzo)
Queer Show ¸ Minor Injury, Brooklyn, December 1991.
The Auto-Erotic Object , Hunter College Gallery, City University of New York, New York, October 3–November 13, 1992. (Curated by Julie Carson. Catalogue)
The Anti-Masculine (Overlapping, but Not Corresponding to the Feminine) , Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles, December 5, 1992–January 7, 1993. (Curated by Bill Arning)
Yours , Wooster Gardens, New York, January 9–February 20, 1993. (Organized by Michael Jenkins)
Blur , Re: Mission Gallery, New York, January 21–February 28, 1993. (Curated by d.d. Chapin)
Underlay , 15 Renwick Street, New York, April 2–May 7, 1993. (Curated by Paul Bloodgood and Gavin Brown)
The Art of Self-Defense and Revenge… It’s Really Hard , Momenta Art, New York, May 1–29, 1993.
Art Around the Park , Tompkins Square Park, New York, June 19, 1993.
Outside Possibilities ’93 , The Rushmore Festival, Woodbury, New York, June 5–27, 1993. (Curated by Bill Arning)
Group exhibition, Wilhelmi-Holland Gallery, Corpus Christi, Texas, July, 1993.
Futura Book Collection , Air de Paris, Nice, France, July–August 1993.
Guest Room with Andrew Ong , Akim Kubinski, New York, October 29–December 4, 1993.
The Return of the Cadavre Exquis , Drawing Center, New York, November 6–December 18, 1993.
Polly Apfelbaum, Tony Feher and Claudio Matzko , Patrick Callery, New York, February 4–March 12, 1994.
A Garden ¸ Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, March 12–April 6, 1994.
Spring 1994 Exhibition with Thomas Busch , P.S. 1 Museum, Long Island City, New York, May 8–June 12, 1994.
Exhibition of Invited Artists , Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, September 6–24, 1994.
Tony Feher and Michael Jenkins , Wooster Gardens, New York, October 1–29, 1994.
In a Different Light: Visual Culture, Sexual Identity, Queer Practice , University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, January 11–April 9, 1995. (Curated by Larry Rinder and Nayland Blake. Catalogue)
Inaugural Exhibition , Paul Morris Gallery, New York, February 4–March 12, 1995.
Fresh Air / Tony Feher—Reading Room , Schmidt Contemporary Art, St. Louis, Missouri, May 20–June 14, 1995.
Threshold: Ten American Sculptors , Serralves Foundation, Porto, Portugal, June–August 1995. (Curated by Dan Cameron. Catalogue; texts by Dan Cameron, Fernando Pernes and Joao Fernandes)
Arts’ Communities—AIDS Communities: Realizing the Archive Project , Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, February 20–March 3, 1996. (Catalogue)
Water , James Graham and Sons, New York, July 10–August 30, 1996.
no show , St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery, New York, November 7–December 7, 1996. (Catalogue; text by Dale Peck)
Thin Air: Examining the Ethereal , Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, YWCA, New York, November 20, 1996–January 4, 1997. (Curated by Jane Dickson)
Group Exhibition , Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, November 29, 1996–January 5, 1997.
Summer Exhibition , Wooster Gardens, New York, June 24–August 8, 1997.
Summer Exhibition , D’Amelio Terras, New York, July–August 1997.
Sculpture , James Graham and Sons, New York, July 10–August 29, 1997.
Alternative Measures , Castle Gallery College of New Rochelle, New York, February 1–April 5, 1998. (Curated by Susan Canning. Catalogue)
After Eden: Garden Varieties in Contemporary Art , Middlebury College Museum of Art, Vermont, March 14–May 31, 1998. (Curated by Suzanne Bocanegra. Catalogue)
AIDS Worlds: Between Resignation and Hope , Center for Contemporary Art, Geneva, June 6–October 15, 1998. (Curated by Frank Wagner)
Humble County , D’Amelio Terras, New York, June 11–July 31, 1998.
Simple Matter , Numark Gallery, Washington, D.C., July 16–August 15, 1998.
Beyond Minimalism: Polly Apfelbaum and Tony Feher , Koyanagi Gallery, Tokyo, September 9–30, 1998.
Hindsight: Recent Acquisitions to the Permanent Collection , Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, December 17, 1998–February 21, 1999.
Neither / Nor , Grand Arts, Kansas City, Missouri, June–July 1999. (Curated by Bill Arning)
Works on Paper , D’Amelio Terras, New York, September 1–October 2, 1999.
Hubcap Diamond Star Solo , Claremont Graduate University, California, October 5–30, 1999. (Curated by Christopher Miles)
1999 Drawings , Alexander and Bonin, New York, December 11, 1999–January 22, 2000.
Vanitas in Contemporary Art: Meditation on Life and Death , Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, March 31–June 18, 2000. (Curated by John Ravenal)
Summer Group Exhibition , Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, June 9–July 21, 2000.
Summer Group Show , D’Amelio Terras, New York, July 1–30, 2000.
Balls , James Cohan Gallery, New York, July 11–August 18, 2000.
Pollock to Today: Highlights from the Permanent Collection , Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, December 7, 2000–February 10, 2002.
Locating Drawing , Lawing Gallery, Houston, January 20–February 24, 2001. (Curated by Maureen Mahoney)
Re-Hacer: Selected Works from the Jumex Collection , Ex Teresa Arte Actual, Mexico City, February 27–March 11, 2001.
New Work: Recent Additions to the Collection , Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts, April 21–July 31, 2001.
Waterworks: U.S. Akvarell 2001 , Nordic Watercolor Museum, Skarhamm, Sweden, May 20–September 2, 2001. (Curated by Kim Levin)
Plant Life , K.S. Art, New York, June 14–July 28, 2001. (Curated by Patrick Callery)
Group Show , ACME, Los Angeles, July 7–August 11, 2001.
Uta Barth, Tony Feher , ACME, Los Angeles, November 17–December 22, 2001.
5 Sculptures , D’Amelio Terras, New York, January 5–February 9, 2002.
Leisure Theory , Colección Jumex, Mexico City, February 1–June 2002. (Curated by Dan Cameron)
Strolling Through an Ancient Shrine and Garden , ACME, Los Angeles, April 27–May 25, 2002.
Interstate: Tony Feher, Donald Moffett, Kay Rosen, Leo Villareal , Texas Fine Arts Association / Jones Center for Contemporary Art, Austin, September 14–November 3, 2002. (Curated by Alexander Gray)
Systems Order Nature , Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, September 14–October 24, 2002.
Aspects of Color: Carl Andre, Tony Feher, Donald Judd, Agnes Martin , Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco, September 18–November 15, 2002.
New York, New Work, Now , Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire, September 28, 2002–January 2003. (Curated by Nina Felshin)
Provisional Worlds , Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, November 20, 2002–March 31, 2003. (Curated by Jessica Bradley. Catalogue; text by Jessica Bradley)
Stacked , D’Amelio Terras, New York, February 22–March 22, 2003.
Vessels: Fragments from the Lexicon , Jane Hartsook Gallery at Greenwich House Pottery, New York, February 27–March 29, 2003. (Curated by Joe Fyfe)
Basic Instinct: Minimalism Past, Present and Future , Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, May 31–September 14, 2003. (Dominic Molon)
Transparent , Numark Gallery, Washington, D.C., July 10–August 15, 2003.
Today’s Man , John Connelly Presents, New York, July 19–September 13, 2003. Traveled to: Hiromi Yoshii Gallery, Tokyo, October 11–November 15, 2003.
One Word: Plastic , Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina, September 7–December 14, 2003. (Curated by Nancy M. Doll. Catalogue; text by Nancy M. Doll)
Poetic Justice , 8 th International Istanbul Biennial, Turkey, September 20–November 16, 2003.
Beside , ACME, Los Angeles, November 15–December 20, 2003.
Paper Chase , müller dechiara, Berlin, November 15, 2003–February 7, 2004.
Group exhibition, Brent Sikkema, New York, December 4, 2003–January 10, 2004.
Tracing the Sublime , Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts, December 16, 2003–March 21, 2004.
State of Play , Serpentine Gallery, London, February 3–March 28, 2004. (Curated by Rochelle Steiner. Catalogue)
Vis Vitalis: Project Room 4—Where Love and Time Collide , Centraal Museum, Utrecht, The Netherlands, February 7–May 9, 2004. (Curated by Siebe Tettero)
How Sculptors See , Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts, April 8–October 10, 2004.
Disturbing the Peace , Danese Gallery, New York, May 19–June 30, 2004. (Curated by Adam Sheffer)
The Making of Things , Triple Candie, New York, May 30–July 11, 2004.
Bottle: Contemporary Art and Vernacular Tradition , Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut, September 19, 2004–January 2, 2005.
ex.05.01.06103 , The Cartin Collection, Hartford, Connecticut, January 4–April 5, 2005.
One-Armed Bandit , D’Amelio Terras, New York, January 8–February 12, 2005.
Material Matters , Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, January 22–March 20, 2005. (Curated by Andrea Inselmann. Catalogue)
Water, Water Everywhere… , Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona, May 14–September 4, 2005. (Curated by Marilou Knode. Catalogue; text by Marilou Knode)
Atomica: Making the Invisible Visible , Esso Gallery and Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York, June 7–July 29, 2005.
Frontiers: Collecting Art of Our Time , Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts, November 13, 2005–February 12, 2006.
Spectrum , Galerie Lelong, New York, December 9, 2005–January 28, 2006.
Decelerate , Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri, December 16, 2005–February 19, 2006. (Catalogue)
Extra-Ordinary: The Everyday Object in American Art , New York State Museum, Albany, April 2–July 10, 2005. Traveled to: Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, November 10, 2006–February 11, 2007. (Organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Brochure)
Tickle My Fancy , Wilhelmi Holland Gallery, Corpus Christi, Texas, February 12–March 31, 2006.
Contemporary Masterworks: St. Louis Collects , Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri, April 7–June 11, 2006.
The 181 st Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art , National Academy Museum, New York, May 11–June 18, 2006. (Catalogue; text by Nancy Malloy)
Water, Water, Everywhere , Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, July 27–October 8, 2006.
The Last Show , Numark Gallery, Washington, D.C., October 28–December 16, 2006.
Transitional Objects: Contemporary Still Life , Neuberger Museum of Art, State University of New York, Purchase, September 17, 2006–January 21, 2007.
Aisle 5 , Des Moines Art Center, Iowa, October 26, 2006–January 14, 2007. (Catalogue)
Extra-Ordinary: The Everyday Object in American Art . Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, November 10–February 11, 2007.
New York, Interrupted , PKM Gallery, Beijing, November 18, 2006–February 20, 2007. (Catalogue)
Like Color in Pictures , Aspen Art Museum, Colorado, February 16–April 15, 2007. (Catalogue; text by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson, Rhonda Lieberman and James Welling)
selected bibliography
Hirsch, David. “Personal Moments.” New York Native, 12 February 1990.
Smith, Roberta. “So Big and So Dressed Up, New Galleries Bloom in SoHo.” The New York Times, 11 May 1990.
Schwabsky, Barry. “Mitchell/Feher/Hayes” (Andrea Rosen Gallery exhibition review). Arts Magazine (November 1991): illustrated.
Smith, Roberta. “Three Artists Who Favor Chaos” ( Andrea Rosen Gallery exhibition review). The New York Times, 2 August 1991.
Atkins, Robert. “Scene and Heard.” The Village Voice, 4 August 1992.
Glueck, Grace. “Gallery Watch.” New York Observer, 2 November 1992.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices.” The Village Voice, 30 October 1992.
Fujimori, Manami. “ New York Art Review.” BT (April 1993): illustrated.
Harris, William. “Urgent Images, Art and Aids.” Art News (May 1993): illustrated.
Hirsch, David. “Random Elements, Tony Feher at Wooster Gardens” (exhibition review). New York Native, 11 October 1993.
Holmquist, Karl. “Oppingar Och Nernissager i Stockholm Och New York.” Material Stockholm (October 1993).
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices.” The Village Voice, 16 November 1993.
Scott-Hartland, Bree. PWA Coalition Newsline (May 1993): illustrated.
Smith, Roberta. “Group Shows in SoHo for a Weekend of Gallery Hopping, Things of Beauty.” The New York Times, 15 January 1993: illustrated.
Cameron, Dan. “Critical Edge.” Art and Auction (January 1994).
Gimelson, Deborah. “Art and Commerce.” New York Observer, 16 May 1994.
Watson, Simon. “Kampfen, Klagen und Auch Hoffen.” Art (December 1994): 52–55.
Brea , José Luis. “Reviews: ‘Threshold’” (exhibition review). Artforum 34 (November 1995): 97, illustrated.
Faria, Oscar. “Escultura par aver devagar” (Serralves Foundation exhibition review). Público ( Porto, Portugal), 1 June 1995: 76, illustrated.
Faria, Oscar. “Nos Limites da Escultura” (Serralves Foundation exhibition review). Público: Zoom ( Porto, Portugal), 2 June 1995: 16–17, illustrated.
Katz, Vincent and Victoria Pedersen. “Artistic Endeavors.” Paper (January 1995): 82.
Killian, Kevin, Nayland Blake and Lawrence Rinder. “Preview: The Secret Histories.” Artforum (February 1995): 23–24, 104.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices: Art Short List, Tony Feher” ( Richard Anderson Fine Arts exhibition review). The Village Voice, 21 November 1995: 10.
Mahony, Robert. “Tony Feher” ( Richard Anderson Fine Arts exhibition review). Time Out New York, 15–22 November 1995: 24, illustrated.
Murphy, Tim. “This Generation: Nine Gay Artists… And a Thousand Ways to Define Queer Art.” HX, 11 November 1995: illustrated.
Smith, Roberta. “The Lasting Impact of Some Witty 70s Ephemera.” The New York Times, 12 November 1995: 45.
Arning, Bill. “Water” (James Graham and Sons exhibition review). Time Out New York, 21–28 August 1996: 29.
Arning, Bill. “Days with Art.” The Village Voice, 10 December 1996: 95.
Cash, Stephanie. “Tony Feher at Richard Anderson” (exhibition review). Art in America 84 (April 1996): 115, illustrated.
Israel , Nico. “Tony Feher: Richard Anderson Gallery” (exhibition review). Artforum 36 (March 1996): 102–103, illustrated.
Lovelace, Carey. “Saying No Go to SoHo: West Chelsea Becomes the Hot Art Gallery Spot.” Newsday, 20 December 1996: B21.
Pederson , Victoria and Tim Griffin. “Gallery Gazing: Navigating the Constellations of Installations.” Paper (January 1996): 98.
“Portfolio: Soil.” xxx fruit (January 1996): 72–73, no. 2, illustrated.
Arning, Bill. “Tony Feher” ( D’Amelio Terras exhibition review). Time Out New York, 5–12 June 1997: illustrated.
ASCII Weekly ( Tokyo), 22 September 1997: 53, illustrated.
Caniglia, Julie. “Tony Feher.” Artforum 36 (October 1997): 100–101, illustrated.
Clifford, Katie. “Tony Feher.” Art Papers 21 (September/October 1997): 57, illustrated.
Cotter, Holand. “Art and Aids: The Stuff Life is Made Of…” Art in America 85 (April 1997): 51–55.
Fineman, Mia. “Tony Feher: Alchemist” (D’Amelio Terras exhibition review)., 23 July 1997: illustrated.
Greene, David A. “Object Lesson.” The Village Voice, 20 May 1997.
Greene, David A. “Tony Feher: Sculpture.”, 9 June 1997.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices: Summer Exhibition.” The Village Voice, 22 July 1997: 18.
Smith, Roberta. “Tony Feher” ( D’Amelio Terras exhibition review). The New York Times, 23 May 1997.
“Tony Feher.” The New Yorker, 26 May 1997.
Watson, Simon. “Openings.” Simon Says 10 (Summer 1997): illustrated.
Arning, Bill. “Tony Feher.” Honcho 21 (March 1998): 82–84, illustrated.
Cotter, Holland. “Humble Country” (D’Amelio Terras exhibition review). The New York Times, 10 July 1998: E37.
Ise, Claudine. “Recycled Treasures.” Los Angeles Times, 6 February 1998: 20.
Labelle, Charles. “Tony Feher.” World Art, No. 15 (1998): 74, illustrated.
Miles, Christopher. “Tony Feher: Richard Telles Fine Art” (exhibition review). Zingmagazine (Summer 1998): 180–181, illustrated.
“Tony Feher at Richard Telles” (exhibition review). dART International (April–June 1998): 33.
Woznicki, Krystian. “ New York Trash and Cosmic Heights.” The Japan Times ( Tokyo), 20 September 1998: illustrated.
Zimmer, William. “Show of Work Resembling Items at Hand.” The New York Times, 15 March 1998: 16.
Ebony, David. “Tony Feher at D’Amelio Terras” (exhibition review)., 25 November 1999: illustrated.
Gilbert, Chris. “Tony Feher: No Simple Matter.” Sculpture (September 1999): 10–11.
Johnson, Ken. “Tony Feher” (D’Amelio Terras exhibition review). The New York Times, 3 December 1999: E41.
Morrow, David. “A Few of My Favorite Fehers.” C Magazine (August 1999): 24–29, illustrated.
“On View.” New York, 13 November 1999: 110, illustrated.
“Tony Feher.” The Village Voice, 7 December 1999: 105.
“Tony Feher.” The New Yorker, 13 December 1999: 19.
“Tony Feher.” Art Newspaper (December 1999): 74.
“Art and About: Untitled Tony Feher Show.” Glue Magazine (March/April 2000): 67.
Levin, Kim. “Tony Feher.” The Village Voice, 8 February 2000.
Lindell, John. “Tony Feher.” Purple (Summer 2000): 306, illustrated.
Miles, Christopher. “Tony Feher. ACME” (exhibition review). Artforum (Summer 2000): 189, illustrated.
Moreno , Gean. “Déja vu.” New Art Examiner (May 2000): 59.
Morgan, Robert C. “Tony Feher.” Artpress (May 2000): 67, illustrated.
Smith, Roberta. “Tony Feher” ( Storefront for Art and Architecture exhibition review). The New York Times, 4 February 2000: E33, illustrated.
Cotter, Holland. “Across the Hudson Highlands, Sculptures are Sprouting Inside and Out.” The New York Times, 20 July 2001: E35.
Eisgrau, Robin. “Isn’t that Just Crate?” ( D’Amelio Terras exhibition review)., 29 November 2001: illustrated.
LaBelle, Charles. “Lost and Found.” Frieze (February 2001): 88–89, illustrated.
Mahoney, Robert. “Tony Feher, ‘Maybe’” (exhibition review). Time Out New York, 13–27 December 2001: 85, illustrated.
“Tony Feher.” The New Yorker, 10 December 2001: 16–20.
Baker, Kenneth. “Minimalists under Lens in ‘Aspects of Color’” ( Anthony Meier Fine Arts exhibition review). San Francisco Chronicle, 9 November 2002: D1.
Dawson, Jessica. “Tony Feher Makes his Point-of-Sale” ( Numark Gallery exhibition review). The Washington Post, 20 June 2002.
Dixon, Glenn. “The Pickup Artist.” Washington City Paper, 14–20 June 2002: 52–53, illustrated.
Fyfe, Joe. “Tony Feher at D’Amelio Terras” (exhibition review). Art in America (April 2002): 145, illustrated.
Goddard, Peter. “An Art World Made Up of Stuff.” Toronto Star, 23 November 2002: J8.
Hullinghorst, Joni. “The Currier goes to New York” ( Currier Museum of Art exhibition review). The Keene Sentinel, 8 September 2002: 13.
Loughrey, Felicity. “Marble Arts.” Black + White (January/February 2002): 13, illustrated.
Milroy, Sarah. “Out of the Ordinary.” The Globe and Mail, 3 December 2002: R5.
“New Art from New York.” ( Currier Museum of Art exhibition review). New Hampshire Sunday News, 29 September 2002: E5.
Shamaly, Erica. “Interstate: Tony Feher, Donald Moffett, Kay Rosen and Leo Villareal” (exhibition review). Artlies (Fall 2002): 64–65, illustrated.
Smith, Roberta. “5 Sculptures” ( D’Amelio Terras exhibition review). The New York Times, 11 January 2002: E44.
Van der Voort, Jane. “Future in Plastics.” Toronto Sunday Sun, 15 December 2002: 26.
Altug, Evrim. “Insanligin mavi kader çizgisi.” Radikal, 22 September 2003: 1.
Heartney, Eleanor. “Mending the Breach.” Art in America (December 2003): 74–79+, illustrated.
Janku, Laura Richard. “’Aspects of Color,’ Anthony Meier Fine Arts” (exhibition review). Sculpture 22 (April 2003): illustrated.
Kleeblatt, Norman. “Istanbul Biennial” (exhibition review). Art News 102 (December 2003): 128.
Morgan, Robert C. “Whose Justice? Reflections on the Istanbul Biennial” (exhibition review). NY Arts Magazine 8 (November–December 2003): 43, illustrated.
“Provisional Worlds.” Flash Art (March/April 2003): illustrated.
Cullinan, Nicholas. “Review: State of Play” (exhibition review). Frieze (April 2004): 93–94.
Eleey, Peter. “8 th Istanbul Biennial” (exhibition review). Frieze (January/February 2004): 97.
Falconer, Morgan. “Deep Play.” Art Monthly (March 2004): 7–10.
Johnson, Ken. “Tony Feher: The Wart on the Bosom of Mother Nature” (exhibition review). The New York Times, 21 May 2004: E27.
Lentini, Lara Kristin. “ New York, New York.” Art Papers (September–October 2004): 48, illustrated.
“Membership.” Chinati Foundation Newsletter 9 (October 2004): 85–86, illustrated.
Millett, Ann. “Review—One Word: Plastic” (exhibition review). Art Papers (March–April 2004): 42–43.
Tettero, Siebe. “Tony Feher: The Wart on the Bosom of Mother Nature” (exhibition review). Contemporary Issue 65 (2004): 69, illustrated.
Bae, James. “Feher Transforms the Ordinary into Compelling Spaces.” Big Bend Sentinel, 6 October 2005: 1–3, illustrated.
Cudlin, Jeffry. “The Last Picture Sow” (Numark Gallery exhibition review). Washington City Paper, 1 December 2006: discussed.
Ferguson, Russell. “Disregarded, Ordinary, and Suspect” ( Chinati Foundation exhibition review). Chinati Foundation Newsletter 11 (October 2006): 36–43, illustrated.
Janku, Laura Richard. “Tony Feher.” ArtUS (March–April 2006): 8, illustrated.
Johnson, Ken. “For a Broad Landscape, an Equally Wide Survey.” The New York Times, 31 May 2006: E5.
“Spectrum.” The New Yorker, 23 and 30 January 2006: 18.
Thorson, Alice. “Deliberate Deceleration.” Kansas City Star, 8 January 2006: illustrated.
Bloom: Queer Fiction, Art, Poetry and More , Volume 3 (Winter 2007): 36–41, illustrated; cover.
Duff, Stacey. “A New York Minute” ( PKM Gallery exhibition review). Time Out Beijing, February 2007: 45.
Sheets, Hilarie M. “Seeking a Lift From the Contemporary.” The New York Times, 28 March 2007: H12.
Vogel, Carol. “Inside Art: A Grant in Indianapolis.” The New York Times, 9 February 2007.
Vogel, Carol. “Inside Art: An Artist is Shared.” The New York Times, 16 February 2007: E34.
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