William Dubby Fuqua

William Dubby Fuqua’s sculptures address spirituality, creative energy, and international culture as they draw from a diverse tradition of assemblage and readymades that includes the work of such artists as Wallace Berman, Joseph Cornell, and Louise Nevelson. Fuqua began his art practice in Southern California in the 1960s, and his assemblages reflect a West Coast funk-art sensibility. The artist fashions collections of mostly found objects into intimate tableaus that forge unlikely connections while evoking a spiritual or votive quality. Fuqua enhances his works’ mystical qualities with titles that reference far-reaching schools of thought including shamanism, Buddhism, and the work of Samuel Beckett.

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