Saturday, February 11, 2012

GOMA

Kohei Nawa Deer
Kohei's Nawa's Deer!

Aurukun artists
Aurukun Artist's Work

Eep, Can't believe I haven't blogged my shots from GOMA.  What a fun current collection, the Gallery of Modern Art has at the moment! I think it finishes up in March, so make sure if you live somewhere close to Brisbane you take a visit :)


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Look Now, See Forever

Yayoi Kusama's flowers and Ben

Look Now, See Forever

Yayoi Kusama's flower and fee

Yayoi Kusama: Look Now, See Forever

The Goma has gone Yayoi Kusama mad! I love the obliteration room which was just covered in stickers

Yayoi Kusama's The obliteration room

Though despite all of Kusama's awesome-ness my favourite display went to , 'we miss you magic land!'.  This exhibition was all about art made mostly from sugar, ahh I was in a pastel princess dream!
we miss you magic land!

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eeep, just amazing!
Unfortunately Ben and I got there half an hour before closing so we had to do this crazy zip through.  I could have easily spent a few more hours breathing in the pastel fumes of fun :)

4 comments:

  1. Wow that does look amazing!!! :-)

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  2. I always love the school holiday timed collections! Art that includes kids is usually always more exciting than static adult stuff :P

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  3. how awesometown! now i've got something cultural to do whilst in brisbane *gasp* who would've thought? hahaha

    kusama is so fun too! i don't know how they manage to have an exhibition at Tate Modern in London as well as this one?? she must have like zillions of awesome shit to display! amazement.

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  4. Oh yeah you have to go!!
    Kusama is such a cool old lady, I guess her age means a big body of work? lol
    They have a picture of her and she has the cutest most colourful bob! I want to be like her when I'm old!

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