[POSTPONED] Mucciaccia Gallery presents Yayoi Kusama
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UPDATE, March 19: Mucciaccia Gallery has decided to postpone the Yayoi Kusama exhibition until further notice. This is due to the sensitive nature of the current COVID-19 situation.
"In the universe, there is the sun, the moon, the Earth and hundreds of millions of stars," Yayoi Kusama once said – and that has directly influenced her art, which portrays her life as one dot amongst thousands of others.
This March 27, Yayoi Kusama is bringing her vibrant splashes of conic dots, nets and pumpkins back to town, at Mucciaccia Gallery this time. Her last exhibition here – Yayoi Kusama: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow – in 2017 saw crowds gather at the National Gallery, clocking the highest attendance for a single exhibition.
This time, the highly-curated exhibition presents the artist's paintings and works on paper from 1951 to 1981. The exhibition, which will run for three months, also includes her trademark Infinity polka dots paintings. The exhibition is a chance to delve deeper into the remarkable mind of Yayoi Kusama – and marvel at how she turned the vivid hallucinations she experienced as a child into art.
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