Yayoi Kusama's Instagram-ready mirrored rooms have made her an art superstar. But don't be too quick—or snobby—in dismissing the selfie-seekers The post Yayoi Kusama lets you taste infinity—so go ahead, take that selfie appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors provides visitors with the unique opportunity to experience six of Kusama?s most iconic kaleidoscopic environments at once, alongside large-scale, whimsical installations and key paintings, sculptures and works on paper from the early 1950s to the present. Show More Summary
Yayoi Kusama?s No A.A., from the collection of ICA co-founder Sir Herbert Read, is being offered for the first time at auction at Bonhams Post-War and Contemporary sale on 7 March 2018 at the New Bond Street saleroom. The work is estimated at £250,000-350,000. Show More Summary
The Broad’s special exhibit Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors closed a few weeks ago. Angelinos who missed the show could catch it at the remaining stops, Toronto, Cleveland, or Atlanta, before the collection of six mirror-lined rooms leaves North America. Show More Summary
Kusama – Infinity spotlights both the artist's radically successful career and how art can be a method of healing. The post A Yayoi Kusama Documentary Tracks a Life in Polka Dots appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Children's art books offer opportunities for kids — and the adults in their lives — to engage with art in joyful and surprising ways. The post We Spotted the Yayoi Kusama Children’s Book You Always Wanted appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Obliteration Room (2012) by artist Yayoi Kusama started as a blank white… Tags: dots
A rainbow of brightly coloured dots obliterates a pure white room at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o T?maki. Yayoi Kusama?s family-friendly participatory installation in the Gallery?s Creative Learning Centre begins as a New Zealand living room drained of colour which functions as a blank canvas ready to be invigorated. Show More Summary
The list includes four bona fide celebrities (Yayoi Kusama, Ai Weiwei, David Hockney, and Damien Hirst), several stars within the art world (e.g., Carolee Schneeman, Cindy Sherman, Pope.L), and one veteran artist who's finally getting the recognition she deserves, 2017 Turner Prize winner Lubaina Himid.
Artist Jon Burgerman is offering people queueing outside David Zwirner a more modest and less immersive experience: the "Infinity Box." The post A Cardboard Box Alternative to Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Rooms appeared first on Hyperallergic.
LOS ANGELES - Outside The Broad contemporary museum in downtown Los Angeles, a line of people stretched down an entire block, nearly a week after the sold-out Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibition opened on Oct. 21.Each day the museum...Show More Summary
March 3, 2018. Put this date on your calendars. Toronto, Canada will be revealing a dazzling “Infinity Mirror exhibit by artist Yayoi Kusama. The Art Gallery of… The post Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors Exhibit appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
Phillips opens the Fall season in Hong Kong with a selected group of works by an array of the world?s most sought-after artists, ranging from Richard Prince and Roy Lichtenstein, to Yayoi Kusama and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Star lots from...Show More Summary
One thing we love about Instagram is the rise in popularity of art installations—a little more art appreciation is always a good thing in our book, even if you're doing it for the 'gram. And we have exciting news for New Yorkers: Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirror Rooms are back, along with even more works from the 88 year old artist. READ MORE »
Yes, people like their selfies in Infinity Rooms (and that's fine), but she's more than that - and not stopping. "Now 88, Ms. Kusama works nonstop and, if you’re wondering, does all the painting herself, save for a ground color applied by assistants. Recently she shifted her workweek from five days to six, saving Sunday […]
The artist of “Infinity” rooms has become an Instagram darling. But two new gallery exhibitions in New York show that she’s much more than that — an almost frighteningly fertile talent.
Famous artist Yayoi Kusama brings her Instagrammable heavy infinity mirror rooms and sculptural installations to New York City. David Zwimer presents her work split into three major exhibitions at his NYC galleries: Festival of Life at 525 and 333 West 19th Street in Chelsea and the Infinity Nets at 34 East 69th Street on the Upper East Side. […]
Yayoi Kusama brings two new infinity rooms and more artwork to David Zwirner.
Visitors get just 30 seconds inside each Yayoi Kusama mirrored room on exhibition, but that's more than enough. Only one Infinity Mirror Room delivers the kind of strange giddiness you might expect.
Los Angeles knows a thing or two about Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms. Those kaleidoscopic chambers, now on view at the Broad museum downtown, are triggering a blizzard of multicolored, polka-dotted and pumpkin-patch selfies to hit your social media feed. Lesser known is that Kusama, who...