Fortunate to have seen what I would call the first part of this show at Bortolami last fall (see my other post here), it was nice to see the exterior continuation. Morgan's methodical exploration and evolution of color, painting, and place has been an enjoyable one to learn about. It's a story worth revisiting from the beginning. Unfortunately, I can't find any good online sources to link, but suffice it to say that his interest in how paintings situate within a specific context of display is now historic in multiple ways (personal to his family, pertinent to his own trajectory, and, certainly, to other artists with similar concerns not exclude the likes of Lascaux). If you find any early images of Fisher's work, do pass them along. I wouldn't mind seeing them again.
Note: The following two photos happened to catch my eye when browsing the gallery desktop for more information. The purpose of the show(s) is sufficiently written about else where. I felt these two pages captured a bit of the flavor.