This week Duncan and Richard talk to Tony Feher about his work and installation at The Suburban in Oak Park. The following is shamelessly lifted from the Worcester Art Museum’s site:

American artist Tony Feher has become a leading voice among his generation of sculptors. Rooted in the legacy of Minimalism, Feher’s understated use of humble, forgettable materials that he finds: bottles, jars, plastic soda crates turns the commonplace and mundane into work that is rich with human emotion and fragile beauty.

Next, Terri and Serena talk to Larry Shure about his blisteringly kick ass project Ultra Local Geography a zine focused on the microcosm.

Then, Christian and Emily talk about the galleries in the East End of London.

Hey, we know you are an opinionated bastard, go post on the Blog www.badatsports.com.

Next week. Miami!

Tony Feher
Larry Shure
Ultra Local Geography
Marfa, Texas
Chinati Foundation
UCLA Hammer Museum
Donald Judd
Rob Weiner
Janet Cardiff
Bard College
Istanbul Biennial
The Suburban
Michelle Grabner
Acme Gallery
3M
Coca-Cola
Robert Gober
Rogers Park
Rogers Park train station
Rogers Park historical society
Modern Art/Stuart Shave
Ricky Swallow
Vilma Gold
Aïda Ruilova
David Risley
Lost
Indiana Jones
Jonathan Wateridge
The Approach Gallery
John Stezaker
Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_67__Tony_Feher_and_more.mp3

Christopher

Operations Manager at Bad at Sports
Christopher Hudgens is the Operations Manager for BaS and works in various other capacities for other organizations in the Chicago Art & Culture scene. Most recently as Business Operations Manager for the Bridge Art Fair and currently an advocate for all things art & technology.

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