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...in the artist’s work even since. She admires pumpkins for their robustness and because of how they are anchored to the ground: “What I liked the most is the generous modesty of the pumpkin. And its solid spiritual basis” 2, said Yayoi Kusama in 2011. The sculpture will be on display...

...work on Naoshima Island in Japan from 1994 . Pumpkins first appeared in Kusama’s work in 1946 and were widely praised for integrating an example of ‘Nihonga’, the new, nationalistic style of traditional Japanese painting, which developed around the turn of the nineteenth century. Kusama...

...which greets us with Yayoi Kusama’s giant pumpkin. Noashima is the result of the vision and will of businessman Soichiro Fukutate who envisioned three contemporary art museums designed by architect Tadao Ando and, on the beach, a large sculpture park which hosts a circle of rocks by Cai...