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Here Vernon Fisher plays on the American custom of carving pumpkins during Halloween. The comic illustration, with rosy cheeks and polka-dot tie, brings humor to Fisher's social commentary.
What happens when we treat the planet like a possession to mark and carve?
What is our responsibility to the globe?
Who gets to carve up the planet?
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Selected by Anne Sautman and Jon Seydl
Vernon Fisher (United States, born 1943)Man Cutting Globe, 1992
Acrylic on paper
Gift of Anlsey I. Graham Trust