February 14, 2017

Meet the Artist

Please join us Saturday, February 25 at 3:00 PM for an exhibition walk-through with the artist, Richard Nonas. Space is limited, please RSVP to alexandra@fergusmccaffrey.com.
January 27, 2017

Opening Reception of Richard Nonas: SLANT

Thanks to everyone who came out for our Richard Nonas: SLANT opening at Fergus McCaffrey, New York! On view through March 25. Find more images on our Facebook page.
January 8, 2017

Lo spazio misurato. Richard Nonas torna a Bologna

Atribune by Claudio Musso

P420, Bologna – fino al 14 gennaio 2017. La scultura come forza ed equilibrio della materia: la pietra, il legno, il metallo. L’artista-antropologo americano analizza lo spazio attraverso l’avvicendamento di ripetizione e variazione, disposizione e alterazione. Read More
March 27, 2017

Art Basel HK Verdict – Encouraging Sales Across The Board For 2017

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Art Basel’s fifth edition in Hong Kong has closed with encouraging sales recorded across all levels of the market. This demonstrates a continued demand for high-quality works by the world’s leading international collectors and institutions. Attendance at this year’s show, whose Lead Partner is UBS, rose to nearly 80,000 – due to the introduction of evening ticket sales and improved crowd control measures – and attracted leading members of the international art world. Many observers felt that this edition had built on the show’s strong history to attain new levels – Art Basel in Hong Kong now not only stands as the premier fair in Asia but also as one of the leading fairs worldwide. Read More
March 3, 2017

The 20 Best Booths at The Armory Show

ARTSY EDITORIAL by Alexxa Gotthardt

Fergus McCaffrey’s elegant booth mingles the practices of two American artists who came of age in the 1960s and happen to be great friends. The works of Marcia Hafif and Richard Nonas, however, differ greatly—and that’s precisely what makes this presentation so compelling. Hafif’s hyper-saturated canvases featuring curvaceous forms that resemble bodily contours (she calls these her “Pop-Minimal” paintings) draw you in. Nonas’s more subtle patinaed steel sculptures cover the floor. They resemble architectural forms or ritualized objects; given Nonas’s early years as an anthropologist, they just might be inspired by them, too. Read More