Yayoi Kusama Exhibition - London

Yayoi Kusama Exhibition - London

All Images © Katie Collins/EMPICS

All Images © Katie Collins/EMPICS

The Moving Moment When I Went To The Universe is Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s twelfth exhibition at the Victoria Miro gallery in London.

It features new paintings, painted bronze pumpkin and flower sculptures and a large-scale Infinity Mirrored Room (visitors to the gallery are allowed one timed minute inside this room).

It’s the first time I’ve seen Kusama’s bold and colourful work at an exhibition and I’m completely intrigued and keen to find out more about the 89-year-old artist.

As luck would have it Kusama is the subject of a brand new documentary ‘Kusama Infinity’ which tells her story.

It’s available to rent on iTunes from Monday 10th December 2018 and will also be available on Curzon Home Cinema. I can’t wait to watch.

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