Read Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity! Online Free - Growing up in the mountains of Japan, Yayoi Kusama (b. 1929) dreamed of becoming an artist. One day, she had a vision in which the world and everything in it—the plants, the people, the sky—were covered in polka dots. She began to cover her paintings, drawings, sculptures, and even her body with dots. As she grew up, she traveled all around the world, from Tokyo to Seattle, New York to Venice, and brought her dots with her. Different people saw these dots in different ways—some thought they were tiny, like cells, and others imagined them enormous, like planets. Every year, Kusama sees more of the world, covering it with dots and offering people a way to experience it the way she does.
Written by Sarah Suzuki, a curator at The Museum of Modern Art, and featuring reproductions of Kusama’s instantly recognizable artworks, this colorful book tells the story of an artist whose work will not be complete until her dots cover the world, from here to infinity.
|Title||:||Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity!|
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
January 05, 2018
Children’s picture book about Kusama
February 16, 2018
I love Yayoi Kusama and this is a nice intro book for children. I do wish that her OCD had been discussed. I know it's a book for kids, but I was diagnosed when I was 7 and it would have been nice to see that representation. That being said, it's a really good book and a nice introduction to Kusa...
August 25, 2017
I visited the Yayoi Kusama exhibit yesterday at the Seattle Art Museum. It was spectacular and I bought this book for our public library collection. It's a nice introduction to Kusama and her life story. I hope it will inspire young artists to follow their dreams too. 3.5 stars.
November 11, 2017
Very good, great choice for any families planning a trip to the Cleveland Museum of Art exhibit in summer 2018.
December 17, 2017
Short-read about the incredible Yayoi Kusama's life and dedication as an artist.
February 03, 2018
November 10, 2017
An interesting artist with her own vision. Connected her ideas to her childhood.