Olympic Rainbow by Otto Piene

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Olympic Rainbow by Otto Piene Olympic Rainbow by Otto Piene

Artist: Otto Piene (18 April 1928)

Completion Date: 1972

Style: Sky art

Genre: Sculpture

1967 marks Piene’s involvement with Sky art, a term he coined in 1969 and which allowed him to use landscape and cities themselves as the focal point of his work. For the closing of the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Piene created the sky work Olympic Rainbow, made up of five differently coloured helium-filled polythene tubes, each one 600 m long.

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2 thoughts on “Olympic Rainbow by Otto Piene

    • Hi Jeremy, your very welcome. At this time no badge has been made yet. I will however go and have a talk with our resident badger….. 😉
      All jokig aside, I figure in a few days we will be able to present a badge for those that want that for their blog 🙂


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