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J. Henry Fair
Industrial Scars

Industrial Scars is a project that exploits the irony of making beautiful images from toxic waste to communicate a message about the damage wreaked on our planetary life support systems by the disposable consumer society.

It takes as a premise that the electoral system is broken, and that politicians are beholden to corporate interests, not those of the citizenry. Conversely, corporations are very sensitive to the demands of their consumers.

The objective of this series is to promote dialog, and prompt viewers to consider the consequences of their purchase decisions.

J. Henry Fair

J Henry Fair makes pictures that examine the ironies of life in the modern world.

Speaking about his “Industrial Scars” series, Roberta Smith, chief art critic of The New York Times said “The vivid color photographs of J Henry Fair lead an uneasy double life as potent records of environmental pollution and as ersatz evocations of abstract painting…information and form work together, to devastating effect.

Mr. Fair’s work has been featured in by The TODAY Show, CNN, NPR’s Marketplace, and WDR German TV, as well as in most major publications, including The New York Times, National Geographic, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Die Zeit, Le Figaro, Harper’s, Smithsonian, and Scientific American. Additionally, Mr. Fair’s work travels around the world as exhibitions at major museums, galleries, and educational institutions.


Opening time
From Tuesday to Sunday: 10.00/13.00 -15.00/19.00
Closed Monday

Extraordinary Opening Friday13, free entry
UWF Reduced Ticket € 4.00


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