Love polka dots? Love rainbow colors? Then head down to National Gallery’s Singtel Special Exhibition Gallery on level 3 from 9 June 2017 till 3 September 2017 to visit famous artworks by Yayoi Kusama.
Notably 1 of Yayoi Kusama's most iconic installation is an infinity mirrored room that creates the illusion of endless space. Did you know that @Adele noticed this room from @KatyPerry's Instagram and thus, decided to perform her song 'When We Were Young' in an infinity mirrored room at @TheBroadMuseum? This footage was then used as a background for Adele’s performance at the 2016 Brit Awards. Catch 'Gleaming Lights of the Souls' at National Gallery Singapore from 9 June onwards. For more information, head to the link in bio. #SGLovesKusama Infinity Mirrored Room – Gleaming Lights of the Souls (2008) Collection of the Artist ©YAYOI KUSAMA, Courtesy of Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Singapore, Victoria Miro Gallery, London
Famed as one of the world’s most influential artists, Yayoi Kusama will showcase about 120 paintings, sculptures, videos and installations many art installations from 1950s till present, including some works never shown before.
Step into the infinity mirror rooms, explore intricate nets, interact with furniture in a rainbow polka dots rooms, and admire pumpkin statues and motifs. #sgloveskusama
Yayoi Kusama Exhibition: Life Is The Heart Of A Rainbow
National Gallery Singapore, Singtel Special Gallery
Opens daily from 9 June 2017 to 3 Sept 2017, 10am – 7pm
- $15 for Singaporeans/PRs ($10 for concession-holders)
- $25 for Non-Singaporeans ($20 for concession-holders)
- Free for children 6 years and under, local and locally-based students and teachers, persons with disabilities and one caregiver.