3 artists to follow if you like Yayoi Kusama

3 artistas a seguir se gosta Yayoi Kusama

3 artists to follow if you like Yayoi Kusama
Yayoi Kusama is one of theartistsof our time, which has been dazzling the public with its immersive installations “Infinity Mirror Rooms” with an aesthetic that embraces light, polka dots and pumpkins. THEartistAvant-garde art came to prominence in 1960s New York, where she staged provocative Happenings and exhibited hallucinatory paintings of loops and dots that she called “Infinite Nets.” Yayoi Kusamain has influenced several artists such asAndy Warholand foreshadowed the rise of feminist art andpop. ⁠Discover threeartistsgivesP55.ARTwith a language close to Yayoi Kusama.

Manuel Terán
Manuel Terán, artistplastic, painter, offers the viewer a set of different tributes to contemporary geniuses such as Yayoi Kusama. He has already exhibited in Milan, Santiago de Chile, Murcia, Madrid, Toledo, Valencia, Cuenca. The most recent project, Retrato Capital, was launched at Fundación Caja Madrid (Espacio para el Arte, Madrid) and at art galleries in Madrid, Bilbao, León and Pamplona. since 2000,Manuel Teránworks with digital art in projects of digital naturalness in collaboration with other artists, focusing on the field of aesthetics and the creation of hybrid supports for creation. The latest work in the area of multidisciplinary creation of the ÓRBITA project, focuses its interests on the coherence of the use of new technologies, investigating recent technological supports and programs for their diversification. He currently resides in Spain and works on an IDCOM short film project and as art director for Intact01, Interfaz.

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Dino Gonçalves
Contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is known for her excessive use of polka dots and her large number of art installations. As a Japanese artist,Dino Gongalvesintroduces the famous balls in his works. Such works explore the physical and psychological limits ofpainting, with the endless repetition of the marks, creating an almost hypnotic sensation for the spectator and theartist.

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Luis Gordillo
Luis Gordilloinfluenced the work of many of the artists belonging to later generations but was simultaneously influenced by the movementpop art, which offered him new and important plastic means of expression. The configuration of his own aesthetic is accompanied, in parallel, by his interest in proposing new discourses based on knowledge and interest in psychoanalysis, cinema and music. His trajectory, always marked by continuous experimentation, as well as by the change of register in his production. The use of different media leads him to develop a parallel universe where, overcoming abstraction, references to reality, or parts of it, coexist with imagined, totally abstract, symbolic or narrative elements on the same plane. In short, a language of its own, rich and complex, where it repeatedly captures its obsessions and uncertainties, like a mental cartography. Proof of the importance of his work are the awards received over all the years of his professional career. the work ofLuis Gordillohas been individually exhibited internationally both in Museums, Centers and the Contemporary Art Gallery in Spain, Germany, Mexico, France, Brazil and the United States. Among his numerous exhibitions, "Iceberg Tropical" at MNCARS (Madrid, Spain) and at the Kunst Museum (Bonn, Germany) stand out, the largest retrospective of his work to date, together with a magnificent publication that includes a trip in person analyzed by the artist himself.

Luis Gordillo


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