Artwork by Iain Baxter&,  Liberalizing Landscape

Iain Baxter&
Liberalizing Landscape

signed, titled and dated 1998 along the lower edge; unframed
21.25 x 30 ins ( 54 x 76.2 cms ) ( sheet )

Sold for $413.00
Sale date: February 21st 2018

Private Collection, Toronto

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Iain Baxter&

Iain Baxter& is a prominent Canadian conceptual artist born in 1936. He earned a Bsc and Master of Education at the University of Idaho, and an MFA at Washington State University in 1964. He studied art and aesthetics in Japan, where he was based out of Kyoto University.

He legally changed his name from Baxter to Baxter& in 2005 to emphasize the importance of collaboration and audience participation to his work. He is an environmental activist and often uses environmental issues as central themes in his work.

His art can be found in permanent collections including the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles County Museum, the Detroit Institute of Art, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Vancouver Art Gallery, and many more internationally recognized institutions.