Later this week visitors to the Hong Kong Arts Centre will be able to stick their heads through the ceiling of one gallery to find themselves in a paper winter wonderland.
Top and above: photography is by Watanabe Osamu © Mori Art Museum
The installation by Takashi Kuribayashi comprises trees in a snowy landscape hovering above the gallery floor as part of an exhibition called Vision of Nature: Lost & Found in Asian Contemporary Art.
It will be on show in the Pao Galleries of the Hong Kong Arts Centre from 10 December 2011 to 29 January 2012.
Here are some more details from the exhibition organisers:
Vision of Nature: Lost & Found in Asian Contemporary Art
Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) has entered into the third year of its guest curator programme to explore curatorial concepts and artistic practices in Asia. This year, it is the HKAC’s pleasure to be collaborating with Director of the Mori Art Museum (Tokyo, Japan), Fumio NANJO, again to curate this year’s exhibition Vision of Nature: Lost & Found in Asian Contemporary Art.
With “nature” as its theme, our exhibition demonstrates how art reveals and explores nature, studying the role of nature in Asian contemporary art.
Curators: Fumio Nanjo, Connie Lam
Eight participating artists: Zeng Fanzhi, Takashi Kuribayashi, Hiroshi Senju, Luxurylogico, Pak Sheung-Chuen, Lam Tung-Pang, Danny Lee Chin-Fai, Apichatpong Weerasethakul
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