Yayoi Kusama: last days of exhibition in London

Hallucination: that’s what Yayoi Kusama’s work is all about. The best-know living artist from Japan who influenced people like Andy Warhol, made me and my friends get more and more interested in her as we were entering the rooms and her universe that is so unique and somewhat very bizarre.

It’s a must visit if you’re in London right now. You’ll experience and feel things that goes from uncomforted dizziness to complete amazedness.

I’ll never forget the “Infinited Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life” where you enter in a room of mirrors and its filled with these very small lamps that shines with different colors at different timing and makes you feel like you’re in an infinite world, that you can walk and look at yourself for your whole life never arriving at the end of anything. There’s a video where you can see what I’m talking about:

The exhibition is at Tate until the 5th of June. Run! 😀

The pictures where taken by Thais Caramico and Roberto Almeida.


Deborah is known in Brazil as Tartaruga Feliz (Happy Turtle). She’s a self-taught illustrator and animator who is born in Brazil. She travels the world while working, and attributes it to the best experience she has had in her life so far. You can see more of her work on her website, and she just launched a new website, Garatujas Fantásticas with 3 of her friends that has exclusive content for kids in Brazil!

4 Replies to “Yayoi Kusama: last days of exhibition in London”

  1. Sophia says:

    Wow, I wish I’d known about this more than 3 days before the end of the exhibit, especially since 2 of those days are bank holidays.

  2. Hi Sophia!

    I think the museum will be opened, at least I tried to book online for tomorrow and Monday and it was selling it normally! You can also try to call them to see if they’ll be opened, +44 20 7887 8888.

    I hope you can go! 🙂

  3. laura says:

    Ahh so sad i missed this, never made it down to London in time!

  4. Ana Paula says:

    Hi Deborah!
    Luckily I was in London when I saw this post and could go to this exhibition with my husband! Thank you for share with us, it was amazing! 😀

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