The People Tree - Subodh Gupta

On Wednesday I visited the Money Museum to see an exhibition by Indian sculptor, Subodh Gupta. This was my favourite - the People Tree. It is like a banyan tree, sitting in the courtyard of the museum. These are the roots of the tree, reflecting the museum. The rest of the tree is made from cooking utensils! I'll post an image of the whole tree on my extras album, for those interested.

I have to say however, that although I loved some of the exhibits, I didn't feel the exhibition as a whole was value for money. 14 euros to see about 8 exhibits. It seemed excessively expensive to me, although it is a standard museum entrance fee.
Intriguing!
posted May 18th, 2018  
Absolute fave. Love this.
posted May 18th, 2018  
This is amazing and interesting Fav
posted May 18th, 2018  
So amazing :)
posted May 18th, 2018  
Wow! Awesome image with such cool reflections! I'm glad you also posted the image of the whole tree...it's nice to see both views. :-)
posted May 18th, 2018  
Great close up. I liked seeing the entire tree sculpture too. The price does seem a little excessive for only eight exhibits. But can we really put a price on culture? Smile.
posted May 18th, 2018  
bep
Amazing sculpture. You could tag it for the weekly theme...
posted May 18th, 2018  
I do like, fav
posted May 18th, 2018  
sensuous curves and nice reflections.
posted May 18th, 2018  
Wow awesome reflections!
posted May 18th, 2018  
Lee
Somehow reminds me of a motorbike chrome exhaust system. ?.
posted May 19th, 2018  
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