“Fares by making his means a part of his message, uses geometry to reflect our relationship to the outside world. His work’s self-referential nature situates it relative to the real (as a thing), the social (as intertextual), and the philosophical (a meditation between perception and cognition).”

— Saul Ostrow (2019), art critic and artist, NY. —

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Love the boldness of this one!!!

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This is some “other level” stuff!

Outstanding. Definitely museum quality…

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Great piece… a perfect balance of color and darkness!

“Fares has been recognized as a leading figure of a type of geometric abstraction that has conceptual overtones… Be forewarned; there’s no sex, no celebrities, no neoprene, just the inquiry into the beauty of paint, color, form, line, and geometry.”

— James Kalm, By NY ARTS International Edition —

“William Fares paintings propose a reconciliation of two properties usually seen apart… Fares unites linear structure with physically evident fracture… His halved forms and right-angled triangles are descriptive.”

— Lawrence Alloway in The Nation —


Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco CA
Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
National Art Museum of Paris, Paris, France
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
Yale Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
Neuberger Museum, State University Of New York
Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, NY
Muhlenberg Center for the Arts, Allentown, PA
Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, NY
Prudential Insurance Company, Newark, NY
AT&T, New York, NY
Whitney Communications, New York, NY
McCrory Corporation, New York, NY
Amerada Hess Corporation, New York, NY
Continental Grain Corporation, New York, NY
Paine Weber, New York, NY
McKinsey & Company, Cleveland, OH