Thursday, July 22, 2010

Tree Project in The 5th Blue Sky Project: An International Exhibition 2010


Here is Tree Project's submission, the actual Hibaku Persimmon tree that the organizer of Blue Sky Project is growing.

"The 5th Blue Sky Project: An International Exhibition--Love, Blue Sky, and Peace Our Theme Is World Peace, Our Motif is the Blue Sky That Envelopes Earth On September 11, 2001, the New York-based art historian Reiko Tomii photographed the tragedy of World Trade Center from her home, and uploaded three photographs for her Japanese friends. After a few years, I looked at her photographs and other documentary photographs, I realized one thing: there was a beautiful blue sky over New York. There was also a beautiful blue sky over Hiroshima on August 6, and over Nagasaki on August 9, 1945, when atomic bombs were dropped on these Japanese cities. The blue sky was the backdrop of historic human follies, again and again. Above the clouds, there is the blue sky that envelopes the Earth. We will never make the beautiful blue sky a backdrop of war, nuclear bombing, terrorism, massacre, and other destructive acts. Never again."
---Michio Horikawa, Tadashi Maeyama, Noriko Kanaya, Kenji Funami

To look at the page of all the artists' works of Blue Sky Project at http://picasaweb.google.com/blueskyproject06/BlueSkyProject2010#

Spain: Blanca de la Torre's Chinese Hackberry tree and the exhibiton, Hybris at MUSAC, Spain

Dear Hiroshi, I just wanted to thank you again for participating in Hybris exhibition. The show is being a total succes...