Yayoi Kusama's exhibition in Singapore: See all the artwork of the Japanese artist at Mucciaccia Gallery
The last time Yayoi Kusama's art and installations were shown at National Gallery, the museum saw its highest attendance for a single exhibition since it opened in 2015. If, for some reason, you didn't manage to the Japanese artist's iconic dots, nets and pumpkins three years ago, Mucciaccia Gallery at Gilman Barracks is presenting a curated selection of her work from 1951 to 1981.
Now, we understand some of you might not want to venture out during this coronavirus time, so here are all the 29 pieces that will be on display (click through our gallery above). But we all know there's magic in seeing art up-close (the devil's in the detail, people), plus Kusama's make for great social media content, amirite? The exhibition was initially scheduled to run for three months from March 27, but we've just got news that it's been postponed. Watch this space for updates!
Kusama's work is a glimpse into her extraordinary mind. The highest-selling living female artist in the world suffered hallucinations of fields of dots as a child and turned it into artwork. While she works in various mediums including sculpture, performance art, and installations, this exhibition consists of her paintings and work on paper.
Mucciaccia Gallery is located at Block 6 Lock Road, #02-10, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108934. Opening hours: (Tue-Fri) 12pm-7pm; (Sat) 11am-7pm; (Sun) 11am-6pm.
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