Books by Briony Fer


Briony Fer is an art historian who has written extensively on modern and contemporary art. Her research interests have consistently moved between the history of the avant-gardes and the work of contemporary artists, including Gabriel Orozco, Roni Horn, Vija Celmins, and Tacita Dean. Her books include On Abstract Art (1997), The Infinite Line (2004), Eva Hesse: Studiowork (2009), and Gabriel Orozco: thinking in circles (2013). She cocurated the Anni Albers retrospective, with Maria Muller-Schareck and Ann Coxon, at Tate Modern and K20 Dusseldorf in 2018. She is a professor of the history of art at University College London and a fellow of the British Academy.


Roni Horn: Bird


Agnes Martin


Anni Albers

Ann Coxon, Briony Fer, et al.


Gerhard Richter: Painting After All

Sheena Wagstaff and Benjamin H D Buchloh


Hilma AF Klint: The Art of Seeing the Invisible

Hilma Af Klint


Hilma AF Klint: Seeing Is Believing

Hilma Af Klint


Making Strange: The Chara Schreyer Collection

Douglas Fogle


Leonor Antunes: Joints, Voids and Gaps

Leonor Antunes


Louise Bourgeois: Paintings

Briony Fer and Clare Davies