Chinese-born artist Cai Guo-Qiang presents one of his remarkable "explosion events,"where a 40-foot pine tree erupts in a shimmer of fireworks as if in a "tree lighting" ceremony, followed by a cascade of black ink-like smoke that mimics traditional Chinese brush drawings.
Chinese-born artist Cai Guo-Qiang presents one of his remarkable "explosion events,"where a 40-foot pine tree erupts in a shimmer of fireworks as if in a "tree lighting" ceremony, followed by a cascade of black ink-like smoke that mimics traditional Chinese brush drawings. Abaca Press/MCT
Chinese-born artist Cai Guo-Qiang presents one of his remarkable "explosion events,"where a 40-foot pine tree erupts in a shimmer of fireworks as if in a "tree lighting" ceremony, followed by a cascade of black ink-like smoke that mimics traditional Chinese brush drawings. Abaca Press/MCT

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