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Slide 0: Yayoi Kusama Sneakers - Yellow
Yayoi Kusama Sneakers - Yellow
$360.00
These Yayoi Kusama Sneakers adopt original Nishijin woven fabric as the upper material. The sneakers have a supple silhouette. Shoe bag of the same pattern as the sneakers are included. Made in Japan. Men's sizes 4-6 and 8-10. Laces are 4 feet, 9.5 inches long. 2 pairs of laces. NOTE: Sneakers come with an extra pair of laces in the color white.
 
Slide 1: Yayoi Kusama: All About My Love
Yayoi Kusama: All About My Love
$35.00
Yayoi Kusama: All About My Love, originally published to accompany a sellout exhibition at the Matsumoto City Museum of Art, offers an overview of Kusama's entire career, including works from her youth, when she indulged in drawing in order to escape from her hallucinations; paintings made when she was based in New York, including "Infinity Nets" and "Polka Dots," and her happenings in places such as Central Park; her immersive mirrored infinity rooms from the 1980s and 1990s, when she participated in the Venice Biennale; and last but not least, the ongoing large-scale series "My Eternal Soul." Kusama has continuously innovated and reinvented her style; well-known for her repeating dot patterns, her art encompasses an astonishing variety of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, film, performance, and immersive installation.

Featuring an essay by Akira Shibutami analyzing Kusama's work, this comprehensive publication celebrates one of Japan's most important artists.
 
Slide 2: Yayoi Kusama Love Forever Key Ring
Yayoi Kusama Love Forever Key Ring
$45.00
This Yayoi Kusama Love Forever Key Ring is made with silver. Made in Japan.

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Red
Yellow
 
Slide 3: Yayoi Kusama Red with White Dots Scarf
Yayoi Kusama Red with White Dots Scarf
$120.00
This Yayoi Kusama Red with White Dots Scarf is handmade of Habotai 8mm thick silk with a light, bright color finish.
 
Slide 4: Yayoi Kusama Dots Obsession Key Ring
Yayoi Kusama Dots Obsession Key Ring
$45.00
This Yayoi Kusama Dots Obsession Key Ring comes in three different colors. Silver-plated. Made in Japan.

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Pink
Red
Yellow
 
Slide 5: Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
$37.00
Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a whimsically timeless tale, beautifully illustrated by world-renowned pop artist Yayoi Kusama. Nominated as one of America's best-loved novels by PBS's The Great American Read.
 
Slide 6: Yayoi Kusama Soft Pumpkin - Red
Yayoi Kusama Soft Pumpkin - Red
$120.00
This Yayoi Kusama Soft Pumpkin will make your room a more upscale pop-art space. Made of parachute nylon, a smooth, light and strong material. This item is NOT child-resistant. Made in China.
 
Slide 7: Yayoi Kusama Balloon Backpack Clip
Yayoi Kusama Balloon Backpack Clip
$65.00
This Yayoi Kusama Balloon Backpack Clip comes in two different colors and includes a gift box that matches the color of the backpack clip. Metal clip is silver. Made in Japan.

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White Dot (Left)
Red Dot (Right)
 
Slide 8: Yayoi Kusama Pumpkin Clutch
Yayoi Kusama Pumpkin Clutch
* PRICE: $625 — PLEASE CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE TO PURCHASE THIS ITEM: 1-800-322-0344 *

This leather Yayoi Kusama Pumpkin Clutch features a charming retro design. The bag's metal clasp is in the shape of a pumpkin stem. This clutch has a black grosgrain lining and interior pocket. Made in Japan.
 
Slide 9: Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors
$49.95
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors explores Yayoi Kusama's best-known and most spectacular series—the Infinity Mirror Rooms—and its influence on the course of contemporary art over the past 50 years. World-renowned Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has worked in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, performance art, and installation. Kusama's iconic Infinity Mirror Rooms, which originated with Phalli's Field in 1965, situate viewers in kaleidoscopic spaces filled with multicolored lights or whimsical forms.

These mirror-lined installations reflect endlessly, distorting rooms to project the illusion of infinite space. Over the years, the works have come to symbolize different modalities within the various contexts they have inhabited, from Kusama's "self-obliteration" in the Vietnam War era to her more harmonious aspirations in the present.

By examining her early unsettling installations alongside her more recent ethereal atmospheres, this volume aims to historicize the body of work amidst the resurgence of experiential practices within the global landscape of contemporary art. Generously illustrated, this publication invites readers to examine the series' impact over the course of the artist's career. Accompanying essays, an interview with the artist, and a scholarly chronology round out the book.