Artist Tony Feher debuts art exhibit using discarded household items at Bronx Museum of Art

For 25 years, artist Tony Feher has been using discarded and everyday household items to create a new perceptive. Feher's work is on display at

Tony Feher's collection includes materials he's found at home, on the street and in the trash.

Tony Feher's collection includes materials he's found at home, on the street and in the trash. (10/17/13)

BROOKLYN - For 25 years, artist Tony Feher has been using discarded and everyday household items to create a new perceptive.

Feher's work is now on display at the Bronx Museum of Art.

The Bronx is the fourth stop of a multistate tour of his collection, which includes materials he's found at home, on the street and even in the trash.

The exhibition debuted the first week of October. Museum administrators say they have gotten a lot of positive feedback from the public and that the installation is especially appealing to kids.

The Tony Feher exhibition will run until Feb. 15. 

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