After collaborations with the Louvre and The Met, CASETiFY now collaborates with the new M + Museum in Hong Kong to celebrate the arrival of its Yayoi Kusama: from 1945 to today opening of the exhibition on 12 November. The upcoming exhibition is Kusama’s largest retrospective exhibition in Asia outside of Japan, seeking to examine his artistic practice over the years across the six themes: Infinity, Accumulation, Radical Connectivity, Biocosmic, Death, and the Force of Life. .
With over 200 iconic works on loan from Kusama’s private collection, museums and private collections in Asia, Europe and the United States, the exhibition is organized in chronological and thematic order, from the first drawings he made as a teenager during World War II to his most recent immersive installations. The CASETiFY collaboration comes in four projects based on some of Kusama’s most recognized works, including Sex obsession (1992), Pound of Rest (2014), We who are fascinated by the utmost beauty of all we know and shed tears as we have been monstrously touched by the mystery of beauty (2019) as well as a Yayoi Kusama with his soft sculpture photo taken in 1964.
“As a global creative hub, CASETiFY provides technological accessories that serve as a canvas for personal expression. We are proud to partner with M + to design phone cases for this special exhibition which introduces a new interpretative approach to Kusama’s 70-year career and invites viewers to discover the transformative power of art, “comments Wes Ng, co-founder and CEO by CASETiFY. “We are confident that phone case designs will resonate remarkably with the global arts community and broader Gen Z demographic that actively follows CASETiFY.
Yayoi Kusama: from 1945 to today opens on 12th November. The phone cases will be available through the exhibition shop, M + Shops and online.
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