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Yayoi Kusama: 'The obliteration room' at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) Brisbane in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Yayoi Kusama: Look Now, See Forever’ | Photography: Mark Sherwood

The obliteration room at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) Brisbane in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Yayoi Kusama: Look Now, See Forever’

'Yayoi Kusama: Look Now, See Forever' Promotional image

The obliteration room at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) Brisbane in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Yayoi Kusama: Look Now, See Forever’

Yayoi Kusama on the Fierceness of Living

Yayoi Kusama on the Fierceness of Living

ЦИКЛ ЛЕКЦИЙ: НЕСИММЕТРИЧНЫЕ ПОДОБИЯ

love the dots and it's RED! Installation view of Dots Obsession 2011 as part of ‘Yayoi Kusama: Look Now, See Forever’, Gallery of Modern Art, 2011 / © Yayoi Kusama, Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc.

Frozen Time Installation by Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane Architects  a concept of time is ‘Time is Light and Light is Time’. A movement plates that were suspended more than 50,000 pieces with 3,000 metal wires. Each of them has carefully positioned in wire with a geometric composition that has 30 different types. And when it constructed on site it is achieved an immeasurable complexity.

Gallery of 'Frozen Time' Installation / Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane / Architects - 2

Designed by Dorell.Tane / Architects in Basel,Switzerland with date Images by Takuji Shimmura.Tane / Architects recently completed their 'Frozen Time' Installation for a Japanese watch brand CITIZ.

Yayoi Kusama

YAYOI KUSAMA Compulsion Furniture (Accumulation), 1964 Photocollage and paint 8 x 9 inches x cm)

A kids art exhibit in Australia! Started blank...kids come in daily with colored stickers!

Interactive installation at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane, artist Yayoi Kusama created a totally white room as a palette for visiting children to embellish as they pleased with colored dot stickers

Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama art retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art until September 30 is a fantastic career-spanning look at the artist.

Dots Obsession, 2009/2012 by Yayoi Kusama

Research:- Dots Obsession, Yayoi Kusama © Yayoi Kusama/ Yayoi Kusama Studio, Inc, photograph Marcus Leith and Andrew Dunkley © Tate

Spray paint recycled bottles. Good idea for Mother's Day when you have I give flowers to more than one mother! Maybe do chalkboard and write their name on it

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Infinity Mirror Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life, de Yayoi Kusama - Tate Modern

must see at the tate modern, london. infinity mirror room – filled with the brilliance of life by famous japanese artist yayoi kusama.

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In a media room - the grandiosity.Dale Chihuly / Persian Ceiling, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

Yayoi Kusama, Lemonade, 2000

♥cavetocanvas: Yayoi Kusama, Lemonade, Although the artist hasn't used the same size and shape dots it still shows a side of her styled work

Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder was a 2005 installation by artist Nike Savvas at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne. The piece involved an immense array of suspended bouncy balls creating a dense field of color in the gallery space that was gently moved in waves by a nearby fan.

"Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder" was an installation by Australian artist Nike Savvas. An immense array of suspended bouncy balls creating a dense field of color in the gallery space that was gently moved in waves by a fan

Ferry ride. In Brisbane, city cats are used for public transport and cost the same as travel by bus or train.

In Brisbane, city cats are used for public transport and cost the same as travel by bus or train.

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11 Beautifully Designed Tea Shops from Around the World

Designed by Swiss-Danish designer Carsten Jörgensen for Taiwanese tea brandsmith, the two-storey teahouse has product displays and wooden furniture on the ground floor, while a dining room occupies the floor above.

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