American sculptor Robin Antar tends to shy away from the label of political activist. She states quite simply that her passion is to create, to cull visual records from the blocks of marble, travertine, onyx, calcite, limestone and alabaster which she sources, dyes and carves herself in a complex process refined over 30 years. The resulting works are humorous-but-solemn monuments to modern American life: a jar of Hellman’s mayonnaise, a hamburger with fries, a giant hot dog, Milano cookies, a cowboy hat and boots, a pair of jeans.