‘Olafur Eliasson: In Real life’

Tate Modern, London


Sixteen years after The Weather Project, which drew crowds to the Turbine Hall in 2003, Olafur Eliasson (Copenhagen, 1967) returns to the Tate Modern with a retrospective that gathers 40 works completed since 1990. The exhibition includes pieces of different format – installations, sculptures, photographs, and paintings – made with materials ranging from moss or fog to light and reflective metals, and invites us to immerse ourselves in the three questions that have shaped the interest and creative process of the Danish artist during his career: his concern for nature, his research into geometry, and his ongoing investigations into how we perceive, feel, and shape the world around us... [+]

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