#56: You Can Go Home Again.

Upon his return from a recent trip to Hong Kong, Lee Ka-sing made this sumptuous duo-photograph of the jostle of plants in his study.  These plants seem to have expressed their displeasure at his absence by running riot, billowing forth into a tangled garden, into a shard of Henri Rousseau jungle, into the broad-leafed  fandango of a tumultuous, big-brush abstract painting, the flapping plants leaning out into the viewer's space, eager  for more and greater upheavals of expressiveness.  Ka-sing will now have to curtail them, like a lion-tamer with a whip and a chair.