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30 October 2010 until 31 December 2010
Fergus Feehily
  Galerie Christian Lethert

Galerie Christian Lethert
Antwerpener Str. 4
50672 Cologne
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Galerie Christian Lethert is pleased to announce its second solo exhibition with Berlin and Dublin based artist Fergus Feehily.

This show brings together recent work, which Feehily has been making in the last years alongside several new works, all shown for the first time in Germany. It offers an opportunity to re-look at these works in a new context, bringing to the fore connections between paintings made over an extended period of time. Feehily's modest but demanding practice has in recent years been coming to increasing prominence and has been shown widely internationally.

Feehily's previous solo shows include (Inland), 2010, Misako & Rosen, Tokyo, Pavilion, 2009, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Makeshifts and Endpapers, 2008, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, and Small Inventories, 2007, Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco. Group exhibitions include Spontaneous Generation, 2010, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, Mixtapes: Popular Music in Contemporary Art, 2010, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Collecting the New: Recent Acquisitions to the IMMA Collection, 2010, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, SNO 55: The way things are, 2009, SNO, Sydney, Abstractionists Unite! Who Give you Just Enough To Last A Lifetime, 2009, The Glendale College Art Gallery, Glendale, CA, and Jerwood Contemporary Painters, 2009, Jerwood Space, London. His work has been written on extensively, including recently, in Artforum and Bijutsu Techo, Japan.

Publications by or on the artist include Pavilion, 2009, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Makeshifts and Endpapers, 2008, Neuer Achener Kunstverein, and A Venn Notebook, 2005, i.s. + Zero-G.

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