DeCordova presents Tony Feher, on view this summer

Date: 
04/09/2013

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Tony Feher, It Seemed a Beautiful Day, 2002
clear plastic beverage bottles with white screw caps, galvanized steel wire, stainless steel wire, water, isopropyl alcohol, food dye, and cotton-polyester clothesline
dimensions vary with installation, bottle cluster approximately 48 x 23 x 23 inches
Collection of The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Photograph by Adam Reich

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Tony Feher, Just So, 2002
28 clear glass bottles with white plastic screw caps, distilled water, food coloring
overall: 7 1/4 x 100 inches (18.4 x 254 cm)
Collection of The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Photograph by David Wharton

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Tony Feher, Untitled, 2009
emergency thermal blanket
19 x 17 x 12 inches
Courtesy of the artist and ACME, Los Angeles, CA.
Photograph by Robert Wedemeyer

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Tony Feher, Blossom, 2009
extruded polystyrene
4 ft. x 8 ft. x 2 ft. 
Courtesy of the artist
Photograph by Jason Mandella

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