Yayoi Kusama, famous for her surreal, minimalist and whimsical art styles, will be displaying her works at the National Gallery Singapore from 10 June to 3 September 2017, and is calling the exhibition ‘Life Is The Heart Of A Rainbow’.
She has produced art in performance, film, literature and fashion and her most notable exhibits are All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins’ and ‘Infinity Mirror Rooms’.
For this upcoming exhibition in Singapore, over 120 pieces in a variety of media (paintings, videos, sculptures and more) will be put on display, some of them dating back to the 1950s. A portion of the collection to be shown has not been available for viewing in years; any enthusiast of art simply should not miss this opportunity to get a glimpse of rare work from this renowned artist.
While much of Kusama’s work has a dreamy, fantasy-land feel to them, part of her inspiration is drawn from her past, such as surviving World War II, the tension between her parents, and hallucinations she first experienced when she was a child.
If you’re eager to step into an eccentric world which oozes creativity and wonder, mark your calendars and gear up for a day of unusual exploration.
Dates: 10 June – 3 September 2017
Prices: To be announced
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