SEPTEMBER 10, 2017
Marie Baldwin Gallery is honored to showcase two extremely diverse Los Angeles-based artists.
Sculptor Camilla Taylor and painter MAXIM are from different parts of the world—she was raised in Mormon-based Utah, he grew up in Prague during Communist rule—yet they have much in common. Both are intellectuals who faced big issues head-on early in life. They are thinkers, unveiling ideologies through their own complicated lenses, reflecting a lifetime of internal questions about truth, consciousness, and existence. In their work, they embrace new methods of working and materials. They use symbolism, visual relationships, and gesture, to reveal their philosophies and narratives: their argument.