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Longing for Color

Yayoi Kusama vivid works called to my deep love of bright color. Now as I go through the routine daily schedule, I find myself longing for the electric colors and eccentric shapes of the exhibition. 10 more words

Art

LONDON FRIEZE ART FAIR

Last friday, I attended the London Frieze Art Fair. It was an art show at Regent’s Park in London, showing current and the most notable art at the moment. 361 more words

THE QUEEN OF DOTS: YAYOI KUSAMA

Yayoi Kusama was born in Matsumoto City, Japan in 1929. She studied Nihonga painting, a rigorous formal style developed during the Meiji period (1868–1912) to deflect the wholesale influence of Western art through the revitalization of the traditions of Japanese painting and their synthesis with aspects of Western art. 651 more words

Lifestyle

Bronze pumpkins in a garden - must be Kusama!

Yayoi Kusama is best know for her spots. Her collaboration with Louis Vuitton a couple of years ago was all about spots. But they’re not the only major theme in her work – another one is pumpkins, three of which have now arrived for a stay at Victoria Miro in Shoreditch. 413 more words

London

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Amazing and beautiful forms from Yayoi Kusama

Bronze pumpkins in a garden - must be Kusama!

Yayoi Kusama is best know for her spots. Her collaboration with Louis Vuitton a couple of years ago was all about spots. But they’re not the only major theme in her work – another one is pumpkins, three of which have now arrived for a stay at Victoria Miro in Shoreditch. 413 more words

London

Naoshima island - art and farmland

Naoshima island used to be home to a few fishermen and farmers, however the number of population was decreasing quickly, due to the dying fishing industry and old age of the population. 494 more words

Travelling

Japanese art in London

A wind from the East seems to have settled at the heart of our city this autumn.

As London gets ready for the Japan Matsuri festival 2014, three very different exhibitions, focused on contemporary Japanese art, have opened their doors to visitors on the East side of the city. 973 more words

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