Yayoi Kusama’s artworks will once again be on exhibition in Singapore! You may have heard of her exhibition titled “Yayoi Kusama: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow” back in 2017 held at the National Gallery. Hence, if you loved her artwork then, you’ll love it this time around as well!
28 Works From 1951 To 1981 By Yayoi Kusama Displayed At Mucciaccia Gallery From 27th March!
Yayoi Kusama is a famous Japanese artist. In particular, she is known for her iconic dots, nets, and pumpkins. You probably heard of her exhibition which was held in 2017. It gathered a huge crowd with the Infinity Mirrored Room that was incredibly Instagrammable!
This time, there will be a total of 28 works on display, consisting of paintings, sculptures and work on paper created from 1951 to 1981. Therefore, prepare yourself for an extremely visually appealing experience!
Showcasing Yayoi Kusama’s signature sculptures from her “Hi, Konichiwa!” series, this exhibition in March is going to be a very special one. First presented at the Mori Art Museum back in 2004, we finally have the chance to see it again!
Yayoi Kusama’s Upcoming Exhibition Details!
Are you looking forward to this upcoming exhibition in Singapore? Because we sure are! It will be happening from 27th March 2020 at the Mucciacia Gallery at Gillman Barracks, for a total of 3 months. However, make sure you visit early so you can get those Instagram pictures before everyone else!
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