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Yayoi Kusama Women Wishing For Peace Print
Women Wishing For Peace Print has a vibrant hue of yellow background and distinctive green highlights on the eyes, lips and it's iconic dots. It is all an expression by this legendary artist of her universe and anxiety. Yayoi Kusama Women Wishing For Peace Print is signed at the bottom by Yayoi Kusama c. 2011 and described in Japanese hiragana as 平和をのぞむ女たち. Printed in a very small number edition of 30 only worldwide. #XX/30.
Silkscreen of 4 colours and etching embossing.
Image size: 52.7 cm x 45.3 cm
Sheet size: 60 cm x 69 cm
Frame size: 79 cm x 73 cm
Paper: Chiffon paper, Moulin de Larroque
Printer: Les Ateliers Moret, Paris (etching) and Logomotif (silkscreen)
Frame is a beige-colored wooden frame. Reference 369 of Yayoi Kusama Prints 1979 – 2017 (Page 211)
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Yayoi Kusama was
born on March 22, 1929, Matsumoto, Japan. Yayoi Kusama
is an iconic Japanese artist who was a self-described “obsessional artist.” She employed painting, sculpture, performance art, and installations in a variety of styles, including Pop art and Minimalism.
Yayoi Kusama has described in her art that yellow is her favorite color. Hence, it is not difficult to identify many of Yayoi Kusama’s artworks featured her favorite color, Yellow. Her works on Yellow Pumpkin, like the Infinity Net, became a kind of alter ego for her. She has since completed major outdoor sculptural commissions, mostly in the form of brightly hued, monstrous plants and flowers.
Yayoi Kusama art is also evident in her fashion collaboration with Louis-Vutton, France on their bags which were probably one of the fastest world best sellers could ever happen.
In 2017, Singaporeans and worldwide visitors to Singapore will have a chance to visit Yayoi Kusama Singapore 2017 exhibition at the National Gallery Singapore
featuring close to 200 pieces of her exhibits.
Lately on 9 August 2021, Yayoi Kusama
's Yellow Pumpkin sculpture installed in Naoshima was dislodged by the powerful typhoon as reported by the media.