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Olafur Eliasson, 13 Years Later

Atlas of Nature


A contemporary augur of nature, Olafur Eliasson, born in Copenhagen in 1967, leaped to fame with the gigantic, sublime sun that he recreated in the Turbine Hall of Tate Modern. Now, thirteen years later, he is an anointed artist returning to the London museum to present ‘In real life,’ a retrospective that strays away from the chronological approach and interacts with the spectator by means of installations, photographs, sculptures, and a number of architectural installations. What are the themes addressed? The environmental crisis, perception through the body, the prejudices inherent in humankind’s relationship with nature. Visitable until 2 January.

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