"A poet’s work is to name the unnameable, to point at frauds, to take sides, start arguments, shape the world, and stop it going to sleep".

Salman Rushdie

Artists’ Take on Climate Change

In September, 2018 we exhibited ‘fever’ at The Plaxall Gallery in New York. A selected group of artists who explore the different takes on climate change/global warming through thought provoking and poetic interpretations on the subject. Featuring painting, sculpture, photography, video and installation, along with informative quotes from world leaders, that challenge and bring awareness to an issue that affects us all. 

The exhibit was very well received both by the public and representatives from various environmental organisations like C40 cities.

It is our intention to offer ‘fever’ to other art centres, galleries, museums, etc., in order to reach different audiences. The exhibit can be adapted to site specific venues and includes an artist presentation/talk.

For more information please feel free to contact us.

The Artists

J.F. Bautista - Violet Baxter - Patricia Bouley -  José Carlos Casado - Carol Crawford - Joseph De Leo - Everything Is Collective - Jean Foos - Orestes González - Jean-Marie Guyaux - Ivana Larrosa - Jim Lee - Guido Manuilo - Nancy Miller - Cristián Pietrapiana - Mary Pinto - Nancy Rakoczy - James Seffers - Andrés Senra - Ruth Somalo - Sharon Taylor - Marjorie Van Cura - and  Zelda Zinn. 

Curators: Franco Repetto &  Ivana Larrosa | Coordination: Cristian Pietrapiana

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