Yayoi Kusama - Life is the Heart of a Rainbow Exhibition

Have you visited Yayoi Kusama Exhibition in Singapore?
Yayoi Kusama is one of the world’s most influential artists, and has played a crucial role in key art movements of the 20th and 21st centuries. The first major survey of her work in Southeast Asia, this exhibition focuses on the immersive and expansive nature of her practice. 

I'm one who loves her Arts, it's very simple yet splendid.

If you haven't visited her exhibition, I would say it's a MUST. Not only you could get nice backdrop for your #OOTD photos on Facebook or your IG, but you can also explore her patterned arts in some rooms that looks super dreamscape. 
I especially love the Children's section at the Basement.
This is where we can create Polka dots heaven by ourself!! Children would love it!!!
The Adults section is on level 3 of National Gallery and the entry ticket comes with visitation of Gallery A, B, C & D.

Some of the exhibition in these galleries are No. A (1959), Infinity Mirrored Room - Gleaming Lights of the Souls (2008), Song of a Manhattan Sucide Addict (2010), With my love for the Tulips - I-Pray Forever (2013-17), Life is the heart of a rainbow (2017), The Spirits of the Pumpkins descended into the Heavens (2017), 
Discover Kusama’s creative vision through paintings, sculptures, videos and installations from the 1950s to the present, including works never shown before. Step into her infinity mirror rooms, explore the development of her intricate nets, dots and pumpkin motifs, and encounter new paintings in which the artist continues to push artistic boundaries.

If you're interested in going too, you may visit

Special Exhibition
• $15 for Singaporeans/PRs ($10 for concession-holders)
• $25 for Non-Singaporeans ($20 for concession-holders)
• Free for children 6 years and under, local and locally-based students and teachers, 
persons with disabilities and one caregiver.

Please Note: 
On-site tickets must be purchased 1.5 hours before closing time. 
Online tickets are also available.

If you're going on the Weekend, you may want to go earlier. 
Ticket / Exhibition Queue after 10.30am is not desirable on Weekends.

National  Gallery Opening Hours:
Sun–Thu & PH: 5.30pm
Fri–Sat & Eve of PH: 8.30pm


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