Utilizing painting, drawing and sculptural processes, my work examines the tension between erosion and reconstruction. I’m interested in the tension in visceral conflicts between utilitarian materials such as construction detritus and art materials.
Formally my work speaks to our natural human tendency to find patterns, and our predilection to match what we see to what we know. I seek to define patterns in the compositions that intimate a sense of balance within a process yet can also appear as haphazard, experimental and physical in nature.
While materiality and abstraction are central formal elements in my work, the conceptual focus of temporality and environment intersect to unmoor traditional notions of the medium of painting. I am intrigued by the notion of "urban wabi-sabi,” the traditional Japanese aesthetic underpinned by the acceptance of transience and imperfection and the physicality and conceptual processes found in damage and repair and the building up and wearing down of the surface.
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1995 Iowa State University, MA
1989 Chaminade University of Honolulu, BA
2017 Fire & Fumage, UCR Gallery, Rochester, MN
2016 Re-Surface, RAC2 Gallery, Rochester Art Center, Rochester, MN
2016 Untitled, 535 Gallery Exhibition, Rochester, MN (with Cynthia Kath)
Selected Group Exhibitions
2018 Untitled, 125 Live, Rochester, MN (June-Sept)
2017 ArtVenice Biennale IV, ARTism3160, Venice, Italy
2017 Together With, Rocky Mountain Academy of Art & Design, Philip J. Steele Gallery, Denver, CO (Sept)
2017 Together With, Diane Endres Ballweg Gallery, Madison, WI (May)
2016 Boston Biennial 4, Finalist, Atlantic Works Gallery, Boston, MA
2015 Pazzia: A Condition of Inspired Frenzie, Gallery 13, Minneapolis, MN
2015 Artistry, Bloomington Art Center, Bloomington, MN
2014 Encroaching City / Our Earth, Flow Art Space, St. Paul, MN
2013 build up, build on (with Liddy Kohl & Rachel Egberg), Northfield Art Guild, Northfield, MN
Media & Publications
Bryan Lund, C. Anthony Huber: Omission by Cement, 507 Magazine (cover), September 7-13, 2017, Rochester, MN
Creative Quarterly, No. 46, Spring 2017, Brooklyn
Art Maze Magazine, International Issue, No 2, London.
Studio Visit Magazine, Vol. 35, Winter 2017, New York
Art Reveal Magazine (cover), No. 17, June 2016, 34-39.
Fresh Paint Magazine, International Edition, Issue 11, Feb. 2016, London
Kate Mothes, “C. Anthony Huber,” Young-Space Blog
2017 Founder of Gennesse (garage gallery project)
2017 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT (Oct/Nov)
2017 Vermont Studio Center Artist's Merit Grant
2015 McKnight Foundation Southeastern Minnesota Art Council (SEMAC) Individual Artist Grant