Interviews with artists and curators
Anthony Huberman on Vincent Fecteau's exhibition
Director and Chief Curator Anthony Huberman shares his perspective on Vincent Fecteau's exhibition of new work at the Wattis. Focusing on the role of impulse and intuition in the artistic process, Huberman explores the emotional tenor and degrees of abstraction in Fecteau's papier-mâché, acrylic, and mixed-media sculptures.

Vincent Fecteau's solo exhibition took place in 2019. Click here for images and more information.

Vincent Fecteau (b. 1969, Islip, NY) lives and works in San Francisco. He has had solo exhibitions in prestigious institutions around the world such as Secession in Vienna (2016), Kunsthalle Basel (2015), The Art Institute of Chicago (2008), and The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives (2002), among others. His work was featured in the 2002 and 2012 Whitney Biennials in New York and the 2013 Carnegie International in Pittsburgh, among other major group exhibitions. The MacArthur Foundation named Fecteau a 2016 Fellow.