Pumpkin (II) (K.283),

    The significance of pumpkins to Kusama's later work lies in the artist's use of themes and motifs from her childhood, they are consistent with the blending of the manufactured and the organic in her sculptural work, while their random, almost mutant, appearance highlights the degree to which the natural world appears as strange and uncanny in modern culture.

    Screenprint in colours, 2000, signed in pencil, with silver and gold diamond dust, numbered from the edition of 60, from the Portfolio Amour pour Toujours, printed by Atelier Eric Seydoux, Paris, published by FMR Trading Limited, Hirakata, Japan, on BFK Rives paper, 380 x 455 mm

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