Upside Down Garden Welcomes Spring at Bikini Berlin

Using more than 30,000 donated flowers by The Flower Council of Holland, Rebecca Louise Law creates ‘Garden,’ her debut art installation in Germany on display at Bikini Berlin. The British artist hung rows and rows of flowers over 400 sq feet of space over the atrium transforming a piece of the concept mall into an awe-inspiring exhibit welcoming the spring season. Louise Law is known for her large format installations using natural objects like stones, branches and flowers as an exploration of the relationship between mankind and nature. The exhibit will be on display until May 1, 2016.

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