From the very start of her career Yayoi Kusama posed for photographs amid her installations and sculptures. These photographs generated a lot of publicity and focused attention on Kusama as an eccentric artist. Each time she carefully directed the way she was portrayed. On occasions she reclined in her installations like a pin-up model; in other photographs she seems to disappear altogether. The patterns that fill the space continue on her body or on the fabric of her clothes. Kusama regularly exhibited in the Castellane Gallery in New York. She was a much sought-after artist in the Netherlands too. From 1962 onwards she exhibited at Galerie A in Amsterdam, at Galerie Delta and Galerie ’t Venster in Rotterdam and in the Orez gallery in The Hague.
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|Title||Photograph of Yayoi Kusama's installation 'Aggregation: One Thousand Boats Show' in the exhibition 'Nul 1965', Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1965|
|Material and technique||Black and white photograph|
Photograph > Two-dimensional object > Art object
|Location||This object is in storage|
Width 236 mm
Height 193 mm
|Accession number||3648 (MK)|
|Credits||Gift Hans Sonnenberg, 2010|
|Creation date||in 1965|
|Collector||Collector / Hans Sonnenberg|
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