Publisher: Waddington Custot, London
Dimensions: 31x1x23 cm
This richly illustrated publication accompanies the first solo show of Paul Feeley’s work in Europe for over 50 years, ‘Paul Feeley: Space Stands Still’ at Waddington Custot, London. It focuses on Feeley’s renowned teaching years at Bennington College, where he taught many influential artists, including Helen Frankenthaler, and collaborated curatorially with Clement Greenberg.
The catalogue features new texts by Dr Ruth Bretherick, Dr Matthew Holman and Dr Douglas Dreishpoon that chart the development of Feeley’s abstraction. It also reproduces rare archival material, including photographs from Feeley’s Guggenheim memorial retrospective (1968) alongside images of Feeley’s paintings and sculptures, to offer a rich picture of Feeley’s unique contribution to American abstraction.