Dots in art

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Yayoi Kusama & Pumpkins – What you should know

A life without art would be soundless, tasteless, and shapeless; essentially, an abyss. A life without art would be dull because art is beneath the structure of everything and anything that matters. No one recognizes its fundamental need to society and audiences more than artist Yayoi Kusama does. The global success of Kusama Yayoi Kusama

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Roy Lichtenstein’s Crying Girl – Everything you should know

Crying Girl is a painting by Roy Lichtenstein that was created first in 1963 as an offset lithograph on lightweight, off-white woven paper and a second version in 1964 as porcelain enamel on steel. The 46-square-inch painting depicts a girl with tears falling from her eyes. The painting represents the female identity in the 1950s

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Yayoi Kusama – Dots for Love and Peace, 2009, City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand feat

Yayoi Kusama covers the City Gallery Wellington with her dots

Dots for Love and Peace (2009) was one of only three temporary public art projects worldwide designed by iconic Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. It was installed on the exterior architecture of the City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand. Dots for Love and Peace is an intense and unexpected public artwork and reflects Kusama’s obsessive interest in

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Yayoi Kusama’s Yellow Trees covers entire buildings in New York

In celebration of Yayoi Kusama’s past retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art earlier in 2012, two off-site projects took place. In one of them, Kusama’s rhythmic dotted “Yellow Tree motif transformed a construction site in the Meatpacking District in Manhattan into a giant canvas. A detail of the original painting Yellow Trees (1994)

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Damien Hirst’s Spot Paintings – Trivial or inspiring? You decide

Damien Hirst in Matt Black's "Reflections" seriesWatch this video on YouTube 4 min 37 sec Damien Hirst is one of the most successful and controversial artists and has been dominating the British art scene since the 1990s. Though he became famous through a series of artworks centered on the death motif, the Spot Paintings have

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