Билеты: £ 10 | £ 5 | Free admission with ticket for Members
Местоположение: Tate Modern
Адрес: Bankside, London SE1 9TG
An infinite universe of rotating crystal lamps and mirrored walls welcomes visitors to this constellation of lights that water replicates into infinity. Welcome to the psychedelic boxes of Yayoi Kusama, the artist from Matsumoto who invites us to penetrate the disorienting worlds of his dazzling creations. From 14 June, the Tate hosts Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled With the Brilliance of Life by Yayoi Kusama, one of her largest installations, next to Chandelier of Grief, an authentic crystal universe, where the only source of light is a baroque-style lamp bound to a rotating mechanism. On display as well, a small presentation of photos and moving images - some on display for the first time - which document the global success of Kusama’s scintillating creations. But the real novelty is The Universe as Seen from the Stairway to Heaven 2021, the brand new sculpture created specifically by the artist for this exhibition, where her life-long obsession for the concept of repeti-tion is evident. The exhibition allows us to enter into the genius spirit of polka-dots that she so passionately explored du-ring her entire career involving painting, engraving, photography, collages, film and videos, performances and installations.
From Perù to the British Museum - a Journey through an Ancient and Resilient Culture
The inhospitable climate and environment were not enough to halt the millennial civilisations in the Andes - rare and precious finds narrate an evolution in symbiosis with the landscape, with photos and videos from Nazca and Machu Picchu.
Between Painting and Engraving - Helen Frankenthaler, a Revolution of Wood and Colour
Ten years after her passing, the Queen of Abstract Expressionism is seen through experimental works, never before displayed in the United Kingdom. And in a surprise dialogue with the Water Lilies of Monet.