Jun 17, 2016
Yayoi Kusama: Footprints of Life
Footprints of Life is a 15-piece installation-based sculpture, utilizing Yayoi Kusama's iconic polka dots and characteristic usage of bold colors. The exhibit was displayed in the Ward Village Courtyard as a pre-biennial project, co-presented by the Honolulu Biennial Foundation, Ward Village and The Howard Hughes Corporation. Over the span of 2.5 months, various free, public events were held in correlation with the exhibit.
Learn more about the Honolulu Biennial here.
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