GOMA – YAYOI KUSAMA

Our day started as most days should. With breakfast.

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Marie cooked us avo on toast topped with a poached egg, grilled haloumi, spinach, tomatoes and a good healthy drizzle of balsamic. It was delicious.

The champagne went down well too. (It was after 7am so totally acceptable)

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Today was the last day of Yayoi Kusama’s exhibit so we simply had to go have a look.

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We stood and looked at these big yellow balls for approx 40 minutes. We find that after good 30 + minutes the art really starts to speak to you.

Just kidding, we were waiting in line to see this..

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Or should I say,  waiting in line to step out into space?

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Its gets a bit dizzy up there..

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Afterwards we walked through Yayoi Kusama’s sculptures and paintings.

Marie was really captivated.

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If only we could have stepped inside here..

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What we could step inside however was this. The Obliteration Room.

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I only wish we had seen this room in its earlier days when there was more white.

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As the walls, floors and furniture were covered I set my sights on something else.

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It was then that we had an idea..

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The final room we viewed almost looked like the entry to a maze.

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Sadly it wasn’t

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It did have pumpkins though..

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Everyone likes pumpkins.

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