quote 21:56:16 I love this work. It is a world in a hundred million objects. It is also a singular statement, in a familiar, minimal form – like Wolfgang Laib’s floor-bound rectangles of yellow pollen, Richard Long’s stones or Antony Gormley’s fields of thousands of little humanoids. Sunflower Seeds, however, is better. It is audacious, subtle, unexpected but inevitable. It is a work of great simplicity and complexity.
Adrian Searle waxes rhapsodic about Tate Modern’s sunflower seeds: the world in the palm of your hand in his five-star review for the Guardian. The whole thing is worth a read.