For his solo exhibition at MOT, Eliasson presents several new works, including two major installations that are located inside and outside the museum, photographic series, and documentation from several of Eliasson’s interventions in public space. The exhibition features several experiential artworks and installations, such as Eliasson’s key early work“Beauty” (1993). The comprehensive show spans Olafur Eliasson’s career and also includes new works never seen in Japan, including major installations both inside and outside the museum.
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