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Working in devalued currency, Maximo Gonzalez and sculptural textiles, Xawery Wolski both artists create philosophically provocative works from the raw materials of identity and memory, experimentation and tradition.

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Maximo Gonzalez / Xawery Wolski

Exhibition
March 1 – April 16, 2016

Afternoon Reception with the Artists
Saturday, March 5th, 2016

Spanning continents and generations, the works of Xawery Wolski and Maximo Gonzalez suggest an expansive new global order of art. Working in devalued currency (Gonzalez) and sculptural textiles (Wolski), both artists create philosophically provocative works from the …

Maximo Gonzalez / Xawery Wolski

Exhibition
March 1 – April 16, 2016

Afternoon Reception with the Artists
Saturday, March 5th, 2016

Spanning continents and generations, the works of Xawery Wolski and Maximo Gonzalez suggest an expansive new global order of art. Working in devalued currency (Gonzalez) and sculptural textiles (Wolski), both artists create philosophically provocative works from the raw materials of identity and memory, experimentation and tradition.

The works of Xawery Wolski arrive at Lisa Sette Gallery by way of Mexico City, where the sculptor lives and works after leaving …

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210 East Catalina Drive
Phoenix, AZ, US