Art About Town – The Language of Flowers

Japanese-Australian artist Hiromi Tango draws upon the Japanese language of flowers to communicate deeply layered emotions.  Hiromi’s solo exhibition Hanamida (Flower Tears) at Sullivan + Strumpf  presents a series of sculptures, paintings, drawings, and photographs. 2ser’s Willy Russo spoke with Hiromi about the power of flowers to communicate.

Image provided: Hiromi Tango, Dream of Kalaviṅka 迦陵頻伽の夢 (Dream of Celestial Kalavinka Birds ), 2023, Pigment Print on Cotton Rag Art Paper, 150 x 100 cm (unframed). Image courtesy the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf.jpg

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