The Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan just made one of the most hyperrealistic installation of waves we've ever seen. Featuring dark swells and amazingly fine detailing, one would think they've captured the ocean inside a small room.
This rare work of art is unfortunately no longer on display as the installation ended on May 29th, 2019. The genius minds behind the waves are a Japanese art collective that go by the name: Mé’.
FROM TRENDLAND: "Known for their installations playing with the instability of human perception, this work raises alarming themes, such as the melting of glaciers, sea pollution or access to drinkable water."
Take a break from the 24-hour apocalyptic news cycle with three of our favorite online art magazines. We're not taking anything away from the seriousness of this epic pandemic, but if you're anything like us, your flight or fight response could use a much needed break.
Art Basel Hong Kong 2020 was scheduled to run from March 18th-25th, however the Coronavirus pandemic ended any possibility of this. As the world currently suffers through one of the worst virus outbreaks in modern history, a silver lining may be on the horizon in the form of how we view art today and in the future.
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