Anya Gallaccio | Red On Green.

In Visual Arts. by Quiet Lunch0 Comments

Anaya Gallaccio’s Red On Green (2012) is a gradual masterpiece, a living breathing demonstration of life and death. Favoring organic materials, Gallaccio laid 10,000 red roses across the gallery floor and allowed them wilt and perish untouched. Red On Green is an aggressive gesture that holds a mirror to society’s concept of beauty and our displacement of nature.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

Courtesy of Jupiter Artland.

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