Edition of 100
20.9 x 17.9 in
Lemon Squash, 1984 by Yayoi Kusama
Well known for her use of dense patterns of polka dots and nets, as well as her intense, large-scale environments. After achieving fame through groundbreaking exhibitions and art “happenings,” she returned to her native country in 1973 and is now one of Japan’s most prominent contemporary artists.
Flower Basket,1993 by Yayoi Kusama
Artist Yayoi Kusama was born in Matsumoto City, Japan in 1929. She studied Nihonga painting, a rigorous formal style developed during the Meiji period (1868–1912) to deflect the wholesale influence of Western art through the revitalization of the traditions of Japanese painting and their synthesis with aspects of Western art. Attracted by the experimental promise of the postwar international art scene, Kusama moved to New York City in 1958.