• Iain Baxter

    Carmen Lamanna Gallery

    Artwork addressing environmental issues may have found its antidote in the wall constructions of Iain Baxter. Calling upon a variety of domestic and industrial objects that range from kitchen knives and silk plants to steel and glass, these works galvanize many of the problems when art and politics meet. They serve as a remedy to the monolithic rhetoric of government officials and well-intentioned marchers who choose to speak with a collective voice.

    Relying on the blackest humor, these eight works traverse the globe, acknowledging environmental infractions. All the major tragedies are represented

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