The book 'Yayoi Kusama x Louis Vuitton: Creating Infinity' marks the culmination of the fashion house's collaboration with world-renowned artist Yayoi Kusama, and invites readers to immerse themselves in her groundbreaking artwork and the revolutionary fashion collection she designed, while taking a journey through the fundamental artistic themes that inspired the collaboration.
In the brand's storied history of epic collaborations with artists, "Creating Infinity" is the most ambitious yet. Publisher Rizzoli has compiled the extraordinary collaboration into a beautiful coffee table book. Flip through the special coffee table book a behold the groundbreaking artworks and fashion collections the Japanese artist designed for Louis Vuitton.
The coffee-table book features contributions from renowned experts in both fashion and art, including writer Jo-Ann Furniss who examines the collaboration, designer Marc Jacobs who initiated the house's relationship with Kusama, and curators Mika Yoshitake and Philip Larratt-Smith, both of whom have organized major exhibitions on the artist's work. And Hans Ulrich Obrist, the renowned curator and artistic director of Serpentine Galleries in London, talks with Akira Tatehata, a longtime Kusama expert.
In the spirit of this iconic partnership and with a nod to the popular fascination with Kusama, the coffee table book includes musings from some of the most important contemporary artists and musicians working today-including Arca, Katherine Bradford, Anne Imhoff, Ryan McNamara, Raúl de Nieves, Ryan Trecartin, Nora Turato and Jacolby Satterwhite-talking about Kusama's impact and her extraordinary ability to build fantastic worlds through her signature dots and mirror balls, which are joyful representations of her deeply thoughtful philosophy about art and the universe.
Title: Louis Vuitton Yayoi Kusama
Publisher: Rizzoli NYC
Size: 229 x 305 mm
Size: 240 pages
Weight: 576 grams