Hope you’ve had a lovely weekend and wishing you a lovely week ahead!
Image: Yayoi Kusama’s Louis Vuitton 2012
Yayoi Kunama is a Japanese artist and writer who works with a wide variety of media within her work. She has used medium such as painting, performance art, collage, scat sculpture and environmental installations within her work. That usually exhibits ‘thematic interest in psychedelic colours, repetition and pattern’.(read more about her at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yayoi_Kusama http://www.victoria-miro.com/artists/31-yayoi-kusama/ )
On the 29th of July 2016 I decide to attend Yayoi Kunama exhibition at the Victoria Miro Gallery. It was free admission and I was very excited because I have always been intrigued with Yayoi Kunama’s art of fabulous patterns and colours that create a surreal illusion. Because of my hectic schedule I attended the exhibition before work. I was welcomed by a massive queue and waited an hour and half to get into the Victoria Miro Gallery. This showed how popular her work is and I was even more excited to view it all.
Gallery I Upper floor
Yayoi Kusama: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins 2016
Pumpkin, 2016 (Mirror polished bronze)
A mind of wonder and amazement to see this 3D illusion.
Gallery I Lower floor
Yayoi Kusama: & Chandelier of Grief 2016
‘Steel, aluminum, one- way mirror, acrylic, chandelier motor, plastic, Led’
Yayoi Kusama:Where the Lights in My Heart Go
Narcissus Garden, 1960 (‘873 stainless steel spheres’)
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity- Net 2016 Paintings
Pumpkin (XAQ) 2016
Watch my Vlog video of Yayoi Kusama’s amazing exhibition at the Victoria Miro Gallery and read more about it all at (http://www.victoria-miro.com/artists/31-yayoi-kusama/overview/)
A massive thanks to my TR team for making this happen.
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