Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside the Art of Kusama Yayoi

“Polka dots can’t stay alone. When we obliterate nature and our bodies with polka dots we become part of the unity of our environments.”
― Yayoi Kusama

I went inside the Daegu Art Museum tired and unsure. I came out obliterated. This is the art of Kusuma Yayoi.

Posted for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside.

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See us?

Here too. Reflections upon reflections.

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Me and some polka dots. Time to obliterate.20130914-205159.jpg

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6 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside the Art of Kusama Yayoi

  1. Lovely pictures dear Josette, we were lucky to have her exhibition in Buenos Aires until August. The area around the museum was so colourful.

  2. I found your images reminiscent of the work I used to do in the sensory room with severely disabled adults. And that last photo just makes me want to run into the image: bouncing off the surfaces as I go. It looks so tactile, that my palms itch to touch.

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