a photo a day from germany's capital city
beautiful display, but it is also sad since all the living trees were cut down. however, maybe they were going to be razed anyway and the artist saved them for his/her piece.
I normally like something like modern art but have to say I prefer the real, living thing.
I wonder what will happen to the timber once the exhibition is over? Surely, the wood will be recycled. :-)
I like this!
It's a David Chipperfield work, he is a famous architect. The exhibition was superb.Sara
Thanks for the info. He is also the architect who will work on the renovation/expansion project.
But I can't see the forest for the trees! :) I am wondering what the purpose of this is or what meaning it has to the artist.
That is entirely different!
It's a good thing you got there when you did! It looks interesting.
I quite like all the intersecting lines, including the line of lights. I don/t cry for the trees. They are all the same and probably were plantation specimens.
It must have something to do with the consumption of mother earth by humans. Looks a bit sad.
i really like this!
I like this very much.
Looks very interesting.
I love this "forest" exhibition. Beautiful.
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