GOMA – YAYOI KUSAMA
Our day started as most days should. With breakfast.
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)
Today was the last day of Yayoi Kusama’s exhibit so we simply had to go have a look.
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..
Or should I say, waiting in line to step out into space?
Its gets a bit dizzy up there..
Afterwards we walked through Yayoi Kusama’s sculptures and paintings.
Marie was really captivated.
If only we could have stepped inside here..
What we could step inside however was this. The Obliteration Room.
I only wish we had seen this room in its earlier days when there was more white.
As the walls, floors and furniture were covered I set my sights on something else.
It was then that we had an idea..
The final room we viewed almost looked like the entry to a maze.
Sadly it wasn’t
It did have pumpkins though..
Everyone likes pumpkins.