Yes, we know the burning question on your mind and we are here to answer it. While you should really spend a day to fully understand the range and singular vision of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s work, we can’t help it if her work is so incredibly Instagram-friendly. So instead of you running around trying to get the most bang for your buck at the exhibition, we did the legwork for you and sussed out the top snap worthy spots that you definitely need to whip out your phones/cameras for.
1. ‘Infinity Mirrored Room – Gleaming Lights of the Souls’
With each person timed (yes, timed) to appreciate the art installation for a grand total of 20 seconds, you should make your time in this magical Instagram wonderland count.
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2. ‘With All My Love for the Tulips, I Pray Forever’
Play with perspectives in this white room covered with brightly coloured dots and oversized tulip sculptures. Beware of the dreaded iPhone flickering bands when you take photos though!
3. ‘The Spirits of the Pumpkins Descended into the Heavens’
Have fun with the mirrored cube in the room to create alternate perspectives and interesting photos for your feed.
4. ‘I WANT TO LOVE ON THE FESTIVAL NIGHT’
Stick your head into this mirrored installation with changing light patterns and movements. Great for Boomerangs.
5. ‘Reach Up to the Universe, Dotted Pumpkin’
This is a selfie heaven. With walls and walls covered with aluminium sculptures, the sheer multiplicity of images in your photo make this a must stop-by.
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6. ‘Narcissus Garden’
With the entire City Hall Chamber filled with these metal spheres, it is definitely a sight to behold. Make use of the vast space for perfect photo ops or simply take a selfie in the reflection of the spheres.
‘YAYOI KUSAMA: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow’ will run from 9 June to 3 September 2017 at the National Gallery Singapore.