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Danh Vo, White glazed tiles, each with one of a number of different plant details screenprinted on in warm red. The engravings of the plant details reproduced, were chosen according to a list of flowers discovered by french missionary and botanist Jean-André Soulié in the regions of southern China and Tibet in the late 19th century, from the archive of the Musée National dʻHistoire Naturelle, Paris: Aconitum souliei, Inflorescence portion Lilium souliei, outer and inner tepel / Anemone coelestina var. souliei, flowering plant Rosa soulieana, fruit / Aconitum souliei, cauline leaf / Anemone coelestina, basal leaf Anemone coelestina, carpel / Luzula rufescens, flowering plant Anconitum souliei, upper cauline leaf / Anemone coelestina, basal leaf Anemone coelestina, flowering plant / Rosa soulieana, fruiting branch Lilium souliei, distal portion of flowering plant / Nepeta souliei, flowering plant Rosa soulieana, flowering branch / Cerasus fruticosa, fruiting branch Cerasus tomentosa var. souliei, fruiting branch, Courtesy Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne/Berlin

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