Yayoi Kusama‘s long-anticipated ‘EVERY DAY I PRAY FOR LOVE’ exhibition is open to the public from now through December 14, 2019, at David Zwirner gallery in new york.
The two-story art exhibition comprises four segments that highlight the artist’s latest additions to her contemporary art collection of paintings, immersive installations, and sculptures.
At free of charge, visitors will also have the opportunity to read personal poems of Yayoi Kusama‘s that have never been published before.
Considered to be ‘one of the most influential artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries,’ states David Zwirner Gallery, ‘Yayoi Kusama occupies a unique position within art history.’ Born in 1929, kusama had her first solo show in 1952 in Japan and established herself in new york during the 1960s.
From modern art paintings to installations, Yayoi Kusama’s iconic style involving repetitive elements in the form of dots is distinctly recognizable throughout her artworks and has set countless trends in the contemporary art scene.