Friday, 8 January 2010
Several times while photographing Iceland I was reminded of the haunting images taken by Icelandic-Dane Olafur Eliasson. He replaced Antony Gormley as my favourite living artist a couple of years ago – as I became less and less interested in people and more and more interested in landscapes.
With surprise and delight I stumbled upon a major exhibit of his work at the Museum of Contemporary Art while visiting Sydney recently. I'm a massive fan of his works: waterfalls, his Serpentine pavilion, and here are two good articles about the guy.