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Yayoi Kusama Museum displays unseen work

The website also outlines how this exhibition reflects Surrealism by depicting the artist’s inner struggles.  (AFP)
The website also outlines how this exhibition reflects Surrealism by depicting the artist’s inner struggles. (AFP)
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14 May 2022 08:05:01 GMT9
14 May 2022 08:05:01 GMT9

Arab News Japan

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s most recent work will be on display at the Yayoi Kusama Museum on show until August 28.

Tickets can be purchased online, and those hoping to visit can expect to pay approximately ¥1,100 for adults, and ¥600 for children.

“The source of Yayoi Kusama’s creative drive comes from a place that is deeply personal, as such, they are embodiment of her childhood hallucinatory experiences and visions overflowing from her inner world,” according to the museum’s official website.

The website also outlines how this exhibition reflects Surrealism by depicting the artist’s inner struggles.

Some of the pieces on display include an installation and some of Kusama’s Nihonga pieces.

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