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Petals - Yayoi Kusama (Japanese)

Yayoi Kusama portrait, issu catalogue Tate Modern Yayoi Kusama www.tate.org.uk/... Tate Modern: Exhibition 9 February – 5 June 2012

Yayoi Kusama repetitive vision, phallus boat ,

Yayoi Kusama, b. 1929, Accumulation, c. 1963. Sewn and stuffed fabric, wood chair frame, paint, 35 1/2 x 38 1/2 x 35 in. (90.2 x 97.8 x 88.9 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase 2001.342. © Yayoi Kusama. Photograph by Tom Powel

This is what happens when you give thousands of stickers to kids... art installation in Queensland.

Yayoi Kusama repetitive vision, phallus boat , 2000 technique mixte, textile, bois, metal 350x50x80cm galerie Pièce Unique Paris, exposition Fodation Salomon (Alex 74)

Swarm of black paper butterflies.

A favorite of mine by VanGogh. He has always personally inspired me and my love of painting.

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For his latest exhibition at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, German artist Wolfgang Laib poured over 30,000 piles of rice and seven piles of pollen to create one of his largest installations ever entitled Unlimited Ocean.

"We stand on the shoulders of millions" said Barack Obama to Ruby Bridges (the little Black girl in the Rockwell painting). This reminds me of that statement. Toy Floor by Do-Ho-Suh at the Indianapolis Art Museum

Italian workers used an art installation to protest the immense number of job losses in the construction sector. 10,000 yellow helmets were placed in front of Milan’s stock exchange as workers, laborers, clerks, surveyors, architects and real estate agents made a statement on their ‘la giornata della collera’ – ‘the day of anger’.

  • laurelmmmmm

    Hilarious! I mean the layout of the colors is cool, but it's simply a sophisticated tantrum. "Mommy, where does wealth creation come from?" "It comes from the sky, sweetheart." Criminal that the biggest wealth-transfer-heist in history has occurred (still goes unabated), but these kinds of protests are fueled by the same thinking that created the set-up for the big con. Group-think, group-good la la la.

  • KageyKat

    Laurel Wypkema and your plan of attack is ? Most sheep don't bother to do anything; they're all talk. I say congrats on a creative, visual protest. It's better than pointing a dirty finger with no contribution.

  • Lauren Sellers

    Laurel Wypkema Wypkema ...Well, this obviously made enough impact for us to take notice of their plight. I think it's admirable to say what you want without using violence, or even harsh words.. it was an appropriate and effective way of conveying a message. This, alone, makes this work a great piece of art.. but the meaning behind it makes it even more genuine and lovable, to me. I think it is very conceded of you to write it off as a "sophisticated tantrum".. Suggestion? Study some art history.. maybe then you can make an educated argument on the matter of this work of art.

  • Roberta Maculan

    incredible!!!!

  • Jujubeetiger

    Cool beans.