Install this theme

The Seven Heavenly Places by Anselm Kiefer at Hangar Bicocca, Milan, Italy.

The seven towers, weighing 90 tonnes each and with heights varying between 14 and 18 metres, are made in reinforced concrete, using as building blocks corner units taken from the containers used for transporting goods. Each of the Seven Heavenly Palaces is topped with structural elements and features decorative details that vary according to the theme of the individual tower: Sefiroth (1), Melancholia (2), Ararat (3), Magnetic Field Lines (4), JH&WH (5&6), Tower of the Falling Pictures (7).

 
  1. mimbug reblogged this from sculptureandcombinedmedialsad
  2. sculptureandcombinedmedialsad reblogged this from artworksandexpositions
  3. iamnotamusedanddonotcondonethis reblogged this from artworksandexpositions
  4. alessandrolemosdasilva reblogged this from artworksandexpositions
  5. liz-anne404 reblogged this from artworksandexpositions
  6. artworksandexpositions posted this