Motoi Yamamoto's incredible Salt Mazes

Motoi Yamamoto's incredible Salt Mazes

Motoi Yamamoto: the material, salt, is used in a different, repurposed and intricate way

Motoi Yamamoto: the material, salt, is used in a different, repurposed and intricate way

Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto by John Reynolds & Lee Donaldson. The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art has organized a major traveling exhibition of new work by contemporary Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto. The exhibition will premiere in Charleston May 24-July 7, 2012, as a featured presentation of the Spoleto Festival USA. Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto will travel nationally after its inaugural presentation, including stops in Los Angeles, CA, Charlotte…

Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto by John Reynolds & Lee Donaldson. The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art has organized a major traveling exhibition of new work by contemporary Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto. The exhibition will premiere in Charleston May 24-July 7, 2012, as a featured presentation of the Spoleto Festival USA. Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto will travel nationally after its inaugural presentation, including stops in Los Angeles, CA, Charlotte…

Zoutkunst - How to make it

Zoutkunst - How to make it

This artist won 2 grand prizes at the Grand Rapids Art Prize competition with this installment. It's gigantic and dramatic. Everyone becomes part of the piece as the lacy shadows wash over the gallery.

This artist won 2 grand prizes at the Grand Rapids Art Prize competition with this installment. It's gigantic and dramatic. Everyone becomes part of the piece as the lacy shadows wash over the gallery.

Charles Petillon

Charles Petillon

Large scale installations made of salt by Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto.  A few years ago his younger sister died of brain cancer.  Salt is associated with the rituals of Japanese funerals and the installations are, in part, an expression of his grief and remembrance of her.

Large scale installations made of salt by Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto. A few years ago his younger sister died of brain cancer. Salt is associated with the rituals of Japanese funerals and the installations are, in part, an expression of his grief and remembrance of her.

Animal 2

Animal 2

Motoi Yamamoto creating his labyrinth of salt

Motoi Yamamoto creating his labyrinth of salt

motoi yamamoto meticulously sculpts salt labyrinths inside a 13th century french castle

motoi yamamoto meticulously sculpts salt labyrinths inside a 13th century french castle

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