Yayoi Kusama Mirror Box In Red
Yayoi Kusama’s constant experiences with hallucinatory effects are constantly being illustrated in her works from Infinity Net, Loops and Dots which are physical representations of her idea of Infinity.
In Yayoi Kusama’s many exhibition works which include dizzying walk-in installations like Infinity Rooms, public sculptures and the Dots Obsessions paintings; it always marvel visitors with her imaginative world of art.
The Yayoi Kusama Mirror Box is a miniturized sculpture of Yayoi Kusama’s larger installations. There are two versions of these miniturized installation which serves as beautiful table-top display for one’s office and room with this great artist. In this Type A Yayoi Kusama Mirrior Box in Red, it looks more orange than red, to many. Screen printed box illustrating the iconic black dots against bright yellow box is laid with mirror, plexi glass, metal balls and lenses for peeping through the artwork. Each measuring 14 cm x 17.1 cm, it is portable and easy to display in one’s home. Only 280 pieces were made in 2001 and signed on the front of each box and a label showing the serial number is pasted on each box.
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Yayoi Kusama was born on March 22, 1929, Matsumoto, Japan. Yayoi Kusama is an iconic Japanese artist who was a self-described “obsessional artist.” She employed painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including Pop art and Minimalism.
Yayoi Kusama has described in her art that yellow is her favorite color. Hence, it is not difficult to identify many of Yayoi Kusama’s artworks featured her favorite color, Yellow. Her works on Yellow Pumpkin, like the Infinity Net, became a kind of alter ego for her. She has since completed major outdoor sculptural commissions, mostly in the form of brightly hued, monstrous plants and flowers.
Yayoi Kusama art is also evident in her fashion collaboration with Louis-Vutton, France on their bags which were probably one of the fastest world best sellers could ever happen.
In 2017, Singaporeans and worldwide visitors to Singapore will have a chance to visit Yayoi Kusama Singapore 2017 exhibition at the National Gallery Singapore featuring close to 200 pieces of her exhibits.