Henrik Hakansson

Author: Marcella Beccaria Kirsty Bell Joerg Heiser

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Nature or culture? Nature and culture? The Swedish artist Henrik Hakansson walks a tightrope between these two poles. He brings them together, allows them to intermingle, collide with each other, and yet remain distinct. His latest work represents a kind of culmination of this process. This book follows and extends an exhibition at KODE Art Museum and Composer Homes in Bergen in Norway, where a tree has been dried out and dissected into 101 parts, to be put on display like a forest of sculptures. The natural entity becomes a work of art as a shared, fragmented environment. The publication captures a special atmosphere of meditative calm and vibrant diversity of meaning, and connects the Bergen piece to a selection of earlier works. show more

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Weight 892 g
Author

Marcella Beccaria Kirsty Bell Joerg Heiser

Publisher

Hatje Cantz

Binding

Paperback / softback

ISBN-10

3775747273

Dimensions

228 x 302 x 18

Language

English

Country of Pub

Germany

Book Condition

New

Notes

230 Fotos

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