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Pumpkin 2000 (green) by Yayoi Kusama

Pumpkin 2000 (green)
by Yayoi Kusama

Available at Lougher Contemporary

Prints

Screenprint

2000

Edition Size: 100

Sheet Size: 43x63 cm

Signed

Condition: Excellent

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Painter, sculptor, filmmaker, and performer Yayoi Kusama (b. 1929) is a famously provocative Japanese avant-garde artist, best known for her works featuring repeating motifs and psychedelic imagery that evoke themes of psychology, feminism, obsession, sex, creation, destruction, and intense self-reflection. Kusama was born in Matsumoto City and began painting at the age of ten, as a means of escaping a childhood of neglect and expressing her early experiences with hallucinogenic visions. These apparitions consisted of dots and patterns enveloping her surroundings, suggesting issues of mental illness which have continued to strongly influence her work.

Kusama’s pumpkin screenprints are hugely iconic and in increasing demand. ‘Pumpkin 2000’ is a fine example of the artist’s pumpkin prints, published by the Serpentine Gallery in London in the year 2000. This particular print is sold in beautiful condition, unframed.

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The Artist

Yayoi Kusama

Avant-garde Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama works in many different mediums, including sculpture, painting, performance, books, poems and installation. Her impact can be seen in a wide range of creative movements, including minimalism, pop art, feminist and environment art, and she is viewed as one of Japan’s most influential living artists. Although she trained at the Kyoto Municipal School of Arts and Crafts in the traditional Japanese painting style of Nihonga in 1948, she quickly turned her back on these established artistic conventions and developed her own unique abstract, conceptual style. The major motif in her work is polka dots. Suffering hallucinations since she was a child, the polka dots are a representation of this experience and, for Kusama, the sign of infinity.

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