Live creation and display of art @ The Mint

February 18-March 2

The Mint Museum has invited the public to watch Motoi Yamamoto create a temporary large-scale saltwork called “Floating Garden” at the Mint from February 18-March 1. Yamamoto is an artist from Japan who is installing the artwork, which you can witness for free, in the Atrium. A fee is incurred if you’d like to gain a big picture view of the work from a higher level of the museum. The final saltwork will be ready and revealed at a “First Look Friday” on March 1 at 6:30 p.m. The piece will remain available for viewing on March 2. You can get your hands dirty by helping to dismantle the work on March 3. More.

Where: Uptown – 500 S. Tryon Street

Why attend: It’s like a live art show. Active, engaging and beautiful.

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Categories: Past Sightings

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