Eliza Ho Challenging Nationality and Femininity: Yayoi Kusama's Art in the 1960s
Challenging Nationality and Femininity: Yayoi Kusama's Art in the 1960s
In these hour-long gallery conversations, you'll discuss the current exhibitions with artists, curators, and members of the Ohio State community.
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.
Blue Spots, 1965
Sewn stuffed fabric on wood
Becht Collection, Naarden, The Netherlands
Major support for Part Object Part Sculpture generously provided by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Bill and Sheila Lambert, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, and The Trueman Family.
Significant contributions also made by Mary G. and C. Robert Kidder, Joyce and Charles Shenk, Triumph International Spiesshofer & Braun Kommanditgesellschaft, Altria Group, Inc., Nimoy Foundation, The Judith Rothschild Foundation, and Nancy and Dave Gill.
Additional funding provided by Constance R. Caplan, Greater Columbus Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass, the Corporate Annual Fund of the Wexner Center Foundation, and Wexner Center members.
Preferred accommodations provided by The Blackwell Inn.