The Garden Which is the Nearest to God

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This week is the last chance to visit the installation The Garden Which is the Nearest to God at the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam. This spectacular work by Japanese artist Taturo Atzu aka Tatzu Nishi aka Tazu Rous aka Tatzu Oozu aka Tatsurou Bashi aka Tazro Nishino… gives you apart from a breathtaking view of the Dutch capital, the surreal experience of a living room build around the weather vane / gilded angel of the Old Church. And so questioning our relationship to these kind of power symbols…

‘The Garden Which is the Nearest to God’ runs until September 6, 2015.

Taturo_Atzu03Taturo Atzu – The Garden Which is the Nearest to God (2015).

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Taturo_Atzu09Taturo Atzu – The Garden Which is the Nearest to God (2015).

Taturo_Atzu08Taturo Atzu – The Garden Which is the Nearest to God (2015).

Taturo_Atzu06Taturo Atzu – The Garden Which is the Nearest to God (2015).

Taturo_Atzu04Taturo Atzu – The Garden Which is the Nearest to God (2015).

Taturo_Atzu01Taturo Atzu – The Garden Which is the Nearest to God (2015).

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Taturo Atzu – The Garden Which is the Nearest to God (2015).

Taturo_Atzu07Taturo Atzu – The Garden Which is the Nearest to God (2015).

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