Last Wednesday we were lucky enough to get to the beautiful exhibition of Yayoi Kusama: THE MOVING MOMENT WHEN I WENT TO THE UNIVERSE. Tickets are free, you just need to book in advance (link at end of post).
Mirrored infinity rooms, huge bronze sculptures, things changing in front of your very eyes, it was amazing. The installation is part of an exhibition dedicated to the world’s most expensive living woman artist at the Wharf Road site of Victoria Miro Gallery, and opened this month ahead of Kusama’s 90th birthday.
It was excellent, but it being an experiential art piece, where you immerse yourself in the art, there are some difficulties in expressing what we experienced as it is different for everyone, so we thought, “what better way is there to tell people about how great this is?” our answer: a photo diary.
Obviously we didn’t want to give the whole exhibition away, but you can find more over on our Instagram instagram.com/fourthousandweeks and you can book tickets on the Victoria Miro website, but be quick, it’s filling up fast and it’s only there until December 21.