Unfolding: Contemporary Indian Textiles
"Maggie Baxter is an artist, writer, independent curator, and public art coordinator. She first visited India in 1990 and has since been a frequent visitor, particularly to Kutch, in Gujarat, where she maintains an arts practice that utilises traditional textile techniques as media for contemporary art. She held her first solo exhibition in India at the Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre in December 2004, for which she won their award for the Best Design and Craft Show 2004. Since then she has had three more exhibitions in Delhi and also exhibited in Australia, Japan and the UK. Maggie lives and works in Western Australia on extensive state government initiated programme of art in public spaces for the past twenty years. The largest of these is a complex Aboriginal land art work at the international airport covering an area in excess of the Nehru Stadium that will be clearly seen by passengers as aircraft come into land. Maggie also writes for many national arts journals within Australia. "
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