Introducing established and emerging artists from the U.S., The Netherlands, Luxemburg, Sweden, Germany, Great Britain, Estonia, Japan and Israel, this exhibition, curated by Luzia Vogt, proposes these artists’ visions of the environment today, questioning the place of Nature, immaculate and pure, in our controlled, contemporary industrial world. Fashioned with natural and synthetic as well as traditional materials explored in unexpected ways, these works reveal with poetry and defiance these artists’ extraordinary interpretations.
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