Hazelnut pollen as art

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Artist Wolfgang Laib will be presenting his “Pollen from Hazelnut” installation at The Museum of Modern Art from January 23 to March 11, 2013 – his largest pollen-based on installation to date. The artist created his first pollen field in 1977 and since has collected pollen yearly in the forests and meadows near his home in southern Germany. Measuring approximately 18 x 21 feet, Laib sieves pollen directly on the floor for a color that is both radiant and unique. Click here for photos, to learn more about the installation and read the interview with Laib himself.