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Eliza Ho Challenging Nationality and Femininity: Yayoi Kusama's Art in the 1960s

Public Programs

Yayoi Kusama
Blue Spots, 1965

Eliza Ho
Challenging Nationality and Femininity: Yayoi Kusama's Art in the 1960s

Gallery Talks

In these hour-long gallery conversations, you'll discuss the current exhibitions with artists, curators, and members of the Ohio State community.

Fri, Feb 3, 2006 1 PM

Eliza Ho, a Wexner Center graduate associate, discusses how Yayoi Kusama's works defy conventional categorizations of Asian and American art and question viewers' assumptions about femininity.

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Yayoi Kusama
Blue Spots, 1965
Sewn stuffed fabric on wood
Becht Collection, Naarden, The Netherlands

Belle and Sebastian

Belle and Sebastian headline Next@Wex Fest at the LC Outdoor Pavilion on June 14; the lineup also includes Jungle and Son Lux.

Hard to Be a God

Don't miss what Cinema Scope calls a "beautiful, brilliant…message from another time": Aleksei German's Hard to Be a God, screening Tuesday, May 26.