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Yayoi Kusama Yayoi Kusama is an artist whose style intrigues the eye the use of spots and a wide arrange of colors emphasize the art works completed by this artist Yayoi was born in Matsumoto Japan in 1929 and has lived in Japan for the better portion of her life In 1958 Yayoi took a trip to New York City where her art quickly became recognized for the uniqueness and usage of circular repetitive patterns The art that grows out of my canvases forms an environment aspires to build a new stage on our time involving the audience who suffer from the same obsessions as mine Matsui During childhood Yayoi Kusama suffered hallucinations which impacted the works of art this is where the repetitious patterns would come from she would have these hallucinations where she would see dots nets and flowers which eventually appear in her works of art One Room In an untitled work completed in 1953 Untitled Yayoi Kusama uses this style of patterns to create a work which is unique in the fact that the painting has many colors but no real design Kusamas works which she qualifies obsessionnal is based on repetitions and multiplications of signs as a child she remembers having had the hallucinatory vision of a pea-shaped motif decorating a tablecloth at home being repeated throughout the room Since then her universe and her installations are inhabited by a multitude of colored peas and also mirrors and phallic shapes repeated to infinity one remembers the Repetitive-vision Phallus-boat shown at the gallery in March 2000 Wye The viewer is left to interpret the intent and the message trying to be relayed Yayoi returned to Japan in 1972 and currently voluntarily resides at a mental institution Yayoi Kusama graduated from the Kyoto Municipal School of Fine Arts and in 2000 she won The Education Ministers Art Encouragement Prize and Foreign Ministers commendations In 2001 she won the Asahi Prize and was
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