This Merry World - feat. Yayoi Kusama, Takashi Murakami, Andy WarholJe Fine Art Gallery's showcasing the work of three leading pop artists, exploring our colorful world through the flower, as a metaphor, subject and thematic common thread. Yayoi Kusama, born in 1929 and immediately recognizable by her shock of red hair, has called herself a modern Alice in Wonderland. She started sketching peonies at a young age, and over the years, they have since grown to grotesque proportions, reflecting an inner, illusory otherworld. The sunflowers of Takashi Murakami, who coined the name "super-flat" for his aesthetic style, are straightforward, flatter, denser. Influenced by the anime and otaku subcultures, his flowers hint at an impenetrable subversiveness. Andy Warhol needs no introduction. His iconic series of Marilyn Monroe images, based on her look in the movie Niagra, don't feature a flower, except symbolically: vain, commercially exploited, and gone far too soon. The exhibition is on weekdays from 11am-6pm, though the doors close to new visitors at 5.30pm.
This Merry World - feat. Yayoi Kusama, Takashi Murakami, Andy Warhol
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