I Want You to Look at My Prospects for the Future – Plants and I

Yayoi Kusama Museum

poster for I Want You to Look at My Prospects for the Future – Plants and I
[Image: ALONE, BURIED IN A FLOWER GARDEN 2014 ©YAYOI KUSAMA]

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Yayoi Kusama was born to a well-established conservative family that owned a seed nursery business. She spent her childhood surrounded by her family’s seed-harvesting grounds. As a little girl, she often went out into the flower fields with her sketchbooks, developing her passion for drawing. For the artist, plants have been both beloved subjects and frightening figures, instilling fear through hallucinations and reflecting her state of mind. This exhibition will showcase Kusama’s botanical-themed works alongside a variety of her self-portraits, spanning from her early artistic period to the present. Introducing how the artist has overcome obsession through her self-imagery and its alternative representations, the exhibition will offer an opportunity to experience the world of Kusama’s creation.

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Schedule

from October 04, 2018 to February 28, 2019
Exhibition Hours: 11:00–17:30. Closed from December 25th–January 9th.

Artist(s)

Yayoi Kusama

Website

http://yayoikusamamuseum.jp/ (venue's website)

Fee

Adults ¥1000, High School, Junior High and Elementary School Students ¥600, Infants free.

Venue Hours

From 11:00 To 17:30
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays
Note:By appointment only. Open on public holidays Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Access

Address: 107 Benten-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0851
Phone: 03-5273-1778 Fax: 03-5273-1778

5 minute walk from the East extit of Ushigome-yanagicho Station on the Toei Oedo line, 7 minute walk from exit 1 at Waseda Station on the Tozai line.

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I Want You to Look at My Prospects for the Future – Plants and I

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