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In a 1993 review of Saxe's work, art critic Christopher Knight wrote: “With outrageous humor and unspeakable beauty, he makes intensely seductive objects that exploit traditional anthropomorphic qualities associated with ceramics. Having pressed the question of the utility of his own art in a post-industrial world, his work engages us in a dialog about our own place in a radically shifting cultural universe. The result is that Saxe has become the most significant ceramic artist of his generation.”