Art can sometimes be difficult to interpret, depending on one's knowledge of the subject; however, the realistic installation art displayed in the Palais de Tokyo is incredible, regardless of one's art expertise.
Artist Henrique Oliveira has created an amazing piece of work that is so realistic, it looks as though it is taking over the building. The piece in entitled Baitogogo, and resembles the look of an over-grown forest. The installation is made on top of the supports that hold up the building, and it looks as though all the beams have begun to grow into each other. People have been referring to the piece as anthropomorphic, and that is a good description because the limbs have realistic qualities that seem as though it is growing all on its own.
This piece of realistic installation art is so stunning that it won't be soon forgotten.
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