From the post at lomography online magazine concerning Pipo Nguyen-duy’s exhibition “AnOther Expedition: Monet’s Garden”:
Vietnamese artist and photographer Pipo Nguyen-duy visited Claude Monet’s garden in Giverny, France. The result of the visit is a study of botanical specimens found in the garden, imprinted with the cyanotype process on site. But as much as flora specimen goes, Nguyen-duy’s images are more than just scientific studies.
The show “AnOther Expedition: Monet’s Garden” will show not only the images but as well as the soil, water and other physical elements that was used, collected in Monet’s garden. The show will begin on Feb. 2 at the ClampArt Gallery in New York.