Yayoi Kusama exhibition has come to Singapore again this year until 6 March 2021. Don't miss it!

Updated: May 5, 2021

It’s free entry! Ota Fine Arts Singapore is the first in Southeast Asia to showcase Yayoi Kusama’s recent monochrome-themed artworks at Gillman Barracks.


Yayoi Kusama exhibition has come to Singapore again this year until 6 March 2021. Don't miss it!

Photo Courtesy of Ota Fine Arts

 

Previously in 2017, “Yayoi Kusama: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow” exhibition had significantly gained so much attention from people! They visited National Gallery Singapore to witness and see her colourful art exhibition and of course the polka dots.

Once again, Singapore is presenting us Yayoi Kusama’s artworks. All these recent artworks in the exhibition are shown for the very first time in Southeast Asia. Super Excited! The exhibition has been going on from 16 January and will end soon on 6 March 2021. Hurry and come to see them in person at Ota Fine Arts Singapore.


Yet this time, it will be slightly different as you will no longer spot any colourful polka dots!


Ota Fine Arts Singapore is the first in Southeast Asia to showcase Yayoi Kusama’s recent monochrome-themed artworks at Gillman Barracks.

Photo Courtesy of Ota Fine Arts


This year’s “Yayoi Kusama: Recent Paintings” exhibition features 15 monochrome paintings from the artist’s My Eternal Soul series made in 2019-2020, and a stainless steel sculpture installation titled CLOUDS (2019).


Yayoi Kusama continues to expand her creative vocabulary through this monochrome-themed exhibition! Immerse yourself in her artworks which are infused with reflections on love, death, humanity and her relationship with the universe and beyond!


Address:

Ota Fine Arts, Gillman Barracks, 7 Lock Road, Singapore 108935


Opening Hours:

16 Jan - 6 Mar 2021 (Closed on Mon & Public Holidays)

11.00 AM - 07.00 PM (Tue-Sat)

11.00 AM - 06.00 PM (Sun)


Website: Ota Fine Arts - Yayoi Kusama: Recent Paintings


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References: Ota Fine Arts Singapore (website)