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BERNARD LUMPKIN

FICTION
Going Off the Deep End

Zoe Fishman’s novel Saving Ruth is a recent example of what publishers have called “New Adult” fiction: stories treating that sticky time of life between college and adulthood when full-fledged independence is still scary and not necessarily better than the familiar comforts of home.

Chaos, Control

In this monograph’s opening essay, Claudia Schmuckli, director of the University of Houston’s Blaffer Gallery which organized the exhibition, ably situates Feher’s work in the context of Minimalist strategies—seriality, symmetry, and geometric forms—while letting the artist speak for himself about his process: “I accumulate items, some quite intentionally, and some rather haphazardly.

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The Brooklyn Rail

NOV 2019

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