Yayoi Kusama’s Iconic Artworks Are Returning To Singapore

The exhibition will run for three months at Mucciaccia Gallery

UPDATE: Due to the sensitive nature of the current COVID-19 situation, Mucciaccia Gallery has decided to postpone the Yayoi Kusama exhibition until further notice.

Having captivated local arts and culture enthusiasts back in June 2017 at National Gallery Singapore, award-winning Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is back with yet another enchanting exhibition. This time, the highly curated show will be held at the prestigious Mucciaccia Gallery in Gillman Barracks. Featuring Kusama’s iconic Infinity polka dot paintings as well as other paintings and works on paper from 1951 to 1981—some of which served as her inspiration for over six decades. The exhibition promises to delight visitors with unprecedented access to the world of Kusama’s inner-workings via her fantastical creations.

The exhibition will run for three months from 27 March 2020, at Mucciaccia Gallery, Block 6 Lock Road #02-10 Gillman, Barracks, 108934. For more information, visit their website.

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