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2019-2020 - Yayoi Kusama’s - Infinity Mirror Room “Love Is Calling” (Sep 24, 2019 - Feb 7, 2021)Newly Listed

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Date: Saturday, 1 February, 2020       Time: All Day
ICA - Institute of Contemporary Art / Boston
25 Harbor Shore Drive
Boston , MA 02210

Phone: (617) 478-3100
Website: Click to Visit

Note that timed tickets are required for Yayoi Kusama: LOVE IS CALLING and are sold out through January. Tickets for visits in February will be available to ICA members on Jan 7 and to the public on Jan 15.

Yayoi Kusama: LOVE IS CALLING

Dates
Sep 24, 2019 - Feb 7, 2021

Notes
Timed tickets are required for LOVE IS CALLING and are SOLD OUT through January. Tickets for visits through February 29 will be available January 7-14 for ICA members and January 15 for the public.

NOTE: Tickets are nontransferable and the ICA reserves the right to revoke or invalidate tickets found for sale on resale sites. We caution against purchasing from resellers.

Background
An icon of contemporary art, Yayoi Kusama (b. 1929, Matsumoto, Japan) has interwoven ideas of pop art, minimalism, and psychedelia throughout her work in paintings, performances, room-size presentations, outdoor sculptural installations, literary works, films, design, and architectural interventions over her long and influential career. LOVE IS CALLING, which premiered in Japan in 2013, is the most immersive and kaleidoscopic of the artist’s Infinity Mirror Rooms. Representing the culmination of her artistic achievements, it exemplifies the breadth of her visual vocabulary-"from her signature polka dots and soft sculptures to brilliant colors, the spoken word, and most importantly, endless reflections and the illusion of space. It is composed of a darkened, mirrored room illuminated by inflatable, tentacle-like forms-covered in the artist’s characteristic polka dots-that extend from the floor and ceiling, gradually changing colors. As visitors walk throughout the installation, a sound recording of Kusama reciting a love poem in Japanese plays continuously. Written by the artist, the poem’s title translates to Residing in a Castle of Shed Tears in English. Exploring enduring themes including life and death, the poem poignantly expresses Kusama’s hope to spread a universal message of love through her art. LOVE IS CALLING will be accompanied by a focused presentation drawn from the ICA’s collection titled Beyond Infinity: Contemporary Art After Kusama that will offer insight into Kusama’s influences and her important legacy on contemporary art.

Kusama is one of today’s most recognized and celebrated artists. In addition to her widely popular Infinity Mirror Rooms, Kusama creates vibrant paintings, works on paper, and sculpture with abstract imagery. In 1966, the ICA exhibited an Infinity Mirror Room, now titled Endless Love Show, in the ICA exhibition Multiplicity; the museum also owns a 1953 drawing by the artist, titled A Flower (No. 14). LOVE IS CALLING is the largest of Kusama’s existing Infinity Mirror Rooms, and the first one held in the permanent collection of a New England museum.

Please note: LOVE IS CALLING is accessible for mobility devices except motorized wheelchairs and scooters. Manual wheelchairs are available by request at Visitor Services and in the gallery, and staff are available for assistance.

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Ends: 02/07/2021

Yayoi Kusama

A contemporary Japanese artist working across painting, sculpture, film, and installation.

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Saturday, 1 February, 2020

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