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A New Free Yayoi Kusama Exhibition With Monochromatic Paintings And Chio Mirrors Has Arrived In Singapore

Jack Saddler Jack Saddler

A New Free Yayoi Kusama Exhibition With Monochromatic Paintings And Chio Mirrors Has Arrived In Singapore

This looks incredible.

When it comes to contemporary exhibitions arriving in Singapore, it doesn’t really get much bigger or better than Yayoi Kusama. [Featured Image: @otafinearts, Instagram].

Her incredible 2017 exhibition Life Is The Heart Of A Rainbow made waves over at the National Gallery, as well as on Instagram. And who can blame the frenzy of online posters when it looked like this.

Now, a brand new Yayoi Kusama exhibition has arrived over Ota Fine Arts, in Gillman Barracks, and it’s in Singapore until March 6. There’s more of a minimalist through line to this work, but it’s equally as stunning as the 2017 polka-dot infused affair.

The exhibition will be complete with “mirror clouds” to take unique interactive selfies in, with these liquid metal cloud shapes giving off a unique reflection. Something tells us this might be just as popular on the ol’ Instagram…

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Plus, you’ll be treated to Yayoi Kusama’s beautiful monochromatic paintings, of which there are 15 square canvases with their own individual tale of creation. Kusama has worked on these since 2018, and each will convey a topic, such as love or death.

It’s the first time this exhibition is hitting Southeast Asia, and the entire experience is completely free! Be sure to get down to Ota Fine Arts to seize this opportunity of a perfect and inspiring day.

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