This is a show to be seen!!! ITs one of the hottest and more interesting, beautifully astetic exhibits in town right now! It is totally engaging and stunning to look at! Its so great for all ages, colourful and engaging, great for all ages of things to do in London.
The artist Yoyoi Kusama has been developing her practice for more than 50years, being nearly 70years of age. Through her works she has shares affiliations with Surrealism, Pop Art, Minimalism and Nul movements. Eccentric Abstraction and Feminist art are represented through out her works.
Born in Matsumoto City, Japan 1929, Yoyoi Kusama studies painting in Kyoto before moving to New York in the late 50s.
She paints, draws, makes collage, sculpture, performance, film maker, installation artist and environmental artist, fashion design is a big part of her work. She collaborated with Louis Vuitton in 2012 with was her most notably collaboration. This is a great example how art crosses over into fashion and they can work side by side.
Yoyoi Kusama is most famous for her dots. Her poker dots, which in itself are fashionable. She is currently exhibiting at the Victoria Miro Gallery in London.
Currently the Victoria Miro are delighted to present her major new exhibition. The exhibition will span over the three roomsand into the waterside garden.
The exhibition features Yoyoi Kusama's new paintings including her important and ongoing My Eternal Soul series, her fantastic pumpkin sculptures, and immersive mirror rooms, all conceived specially for the exciting new exhibition.
Her new art works reflect her lifelong preoccupation with infinite and sublime, cosmic infinity and personal obsessions. All found in her pattern and repetition making the works stunning to look at.
At the Victoria Miro Gallery you will see three mirrored rooms: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins, Chandelier of Grief and Where the Light in My heart Go.
Her new paintings are displayed alongside her famous polka dots and dense scalloped 'infinity net' - Yoyoi Kusama's obsessive repetition of these from on canvas, she talks about self-obliteration, responds hallucinations first experienced in childhood. Her pumpkin's are another motif that she has returned to throughout her career, she is also showing polished bronze sculptures.
Her exhibition runs from the 25th may - 30th July 2016
16 Wharf Road London N1 7RW |
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 6pm (last entry 5.30pm) | Free admission | No tickets required but capacity is limited and there may be a wait during busy times
Victoria Miro | Wharf Road
No tickets required
Closed Sundays & Mondays (including Bank Holidays)
Please note the gallery is extremely busy on the weekends, Due to the work capacity is limited.The mirror rooms you will have to wait a long time.