Keeping with the monumental theme, after the Faile post, I thought i’d share another amazing project titled ‘War and Peace and in between’ by Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi. Last October I went along to the Art Gallery of New South Wales after a high recommendation from Ed Woodley of China Heights. It was the day after my solo exhibition at the Heights and I was sporting a thumping headache thanks to Mr Green. I was reluctant to leave the motel bed, however I had to see this in person, so seedy as I was I made my way to the gallery and on arrival was immediately in awe of what laid before me. I had my camera in hand, ready to shoot and the freakin batteries died…..anyway, several months slip on by and I happily stumble across the Kaldor Public Art Projects site documenting Nishi’s ingenious installations that encompassed the mighty equestrian sculptures of Gilbert Bayes.