"We have made no secret that we really enjoy the work of Mary Iverson, both for its environmental questions and overall aesthetic, and enjoyed traveling to Singapore with her earlier this year and participating in a lecture with her. Now, the Seattle-based artist will open up Sunk, a new body of work at Davidson Galleries in her hometown, a series that challenges both globalization and its consequences. As she explains, "the capitalist system wagers the needs of a growing population against the stress the environment can bear. My work raises questions about the ultimate destination for all of this growth."
-Juxtapoz.com, November 7 2013
"In Moscow (2013), the gilt onion domes of the city peek out from the rising water, buffeted on all sides by a bevy of buoyant boxes—whose colorful, candy-toned appearance is about as unexpected as Putin sauntering the city streets in clown shoes, making for work that is both visually arresting and shockingly effective."
-Suzanne Beal, Art Ltd Magazine, November 2013