Sunday, July 21, 2013

Shadow Shot Sunday

The current installation on the roof garden at the
Met is literally on the roof garden.  The work, by Pakistani
artist Imran Qureshi, represents his emotional response
to the senseless violence occurring in his country
—and around the world—in recent decades. 

The lush leaves worked into the blood-red
paint evoke the artist's hope for regeneration
and peace in the aftermath of manmade disasters.

[To see more Sunday shadows, go here.]

1 comment:

  1. What a fascinating piece of art, although I'm not sure I'd like to have people walking over it!

    Ecstatic Shadows


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