• Wolfgang Laib Fills MoMA's Atrium with Natural Pollen
  • Posted 40 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 11898 Views
  • A new installation by contemporary German artist Wolfgang Laib will see the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron atrium at New York's MoMA completely covered with bright yellow natural pollen. Entitled "Pollen from Hazelnut", the site-specific exhibition is tailored specifically for the space and is the artist's largest pollen work to date at 18 x 21 ft. The pollen has been collection by the artist during the summer from the trees and flowers around his south German home and studio. The exhibition will be running from 23 January through to 11 March, 2013.

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    • I worked @ Galerie Lelong as an art handler in the 80's/ 90's and worked with Wolfgang on his shows there. A truly authentic and bright shining star. I'm happy to revisit his work @MoMA in 2013.
    • Lee Taylor Posted 40 months ago · 113 Reply