Sun 25 August 2019 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Kanta Bar - Ibn Gvirol 71, Tel Aviv,
On Sunday, 25.8, we are honored to host the fashion and fashion historian, Yaara Keidar, at a meeting of “think & drink different” at a lecture about the Japanese point artist Yayoy Kosama.
Yayoi Kusama is an artist and writer Japanese 89-year-old, successful artists worldwide are currently living. Her works are diverse and spanning various areas of art such as painting, collages, sculpture and exhibits that combine movement and visual media together. She is considered one of Japan’s greatest pop art artists, and her works have influenced the work of well-known American artists Andy Warhol and Klaas Oldenburg, and she is recognized as the most important living artist of Japanese origin and an important voice in the avant-garde movement. Yaara Kedar will take us on a fascinating journey around the stormy life of the Japanese point artist.
Yaara Keidar is a curator and fashion historian, lecturer at NYU. She holds a master’s degree with honors from New York University in research and history of fashion, Shenkar graduated with honors in the fashion design department. She specialized for two years in the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum and FIT Fashion Museum. In recent years Kedar has lectured at museums such as the Jewish Museum in New York and San Francisco, and more.