Henrique Oliveira
In his installations, Henrique Oliveira makes works that appear to have unstoppable growth. They take over their situated space and demonstrate the power of nature. Oliveira uses repurposed wood and materials to create his works, emphasizing the environmental narrative. For more information, click here.
- Lee Jones
Henrique Oliveira
In his installations, Henrique Oliveira makes works that appear to have unstoppable growth. They take over their situated space and demonstrate the power of nature. Oliveira uses repurposed wood and materials to create his works, emphasizing the environmental narrative. For more information, click here.
- Lee Jones
Henrique Oliveira
In his installations, Henrique Oliveira makes works that appear to have unstoppable growth. They take over their situated space and demonstrate the power of nature. Oliveira uses repurposed wood and materials to create his works, emphasizing the environmental narrative. For more information, click here.
- Lee Jones
Henrique Oliveira
In his installations, Henrique Oliveira makes works that appear to have unstoppable growth. They take over their situated space and demonstrate the power of nature. Oliveira uses repurposed wood and materials to create his works, emphasizing the environmental narrative. For more information, click here.
- Lee Jones

Henrique Oliveira

In his installations, Henrique Oliveira makes works that appear to have unstoppable growth. They take over their situated space and demonstrate the power of nature. Oliveira uses repurposed wood and materials to create his works, emphasizing the environmental narrative. For more information, click here.

- Lee Jones

Henrique Oliveira

In his installations, Henrique Oliveira makes works that appear to have unstoppable growth. They take over their situated space and demonstrate the power of nature. Oliveira uses repurposed wood and materials to create his works, emphasizing the environmental narrative. For more information, click here.

- Lee Jones





  Posted on June 12, 2012

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