By Mark Masuoka, Executive Director and CEO
In many ways, the de-installation of Tony Feher’s Buoy is a sign of things to come, not what has been accomplished. Over the past four months, the Akron Art Museum has offered the public the opportunity to re-envision the architecture of the art museum and to re-contextualize our urban surroundings. Tony Feher’s Buoy had become part of the public conscientiousness and spurred conversation about contemporary art, even for those who did not identify it as art, but an unexpected anomaly hanging from the art museum. Buoy has become etched in our memory and will soon become part of the urban folklore of Akron. Farewell Buoy.