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Medium: Lacquer
Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' White/Red and Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' sculpture is a polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art object by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot pumpkin ser...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Levitation IV
Located in PARIS, FR
" Levitation IV ", 2019 Edition: /20 + AP 40 x 19 x 8 cm Rafael Barrios, sculptor, and founder of the Virtualism movement. From the beginning, his work has been characterized by ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Kinetic Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Nimbus Ascendente
Located in PARIS, FR
" Nimbus Ascendente ", 2015 Unique 69 x 38 cm Rafael Barrios, sculptor, and founder of the Virtualism movement. From the beginning, his work has been characterized by the alteratio...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Kinetic Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Levitation III
Located in PARIS, FR
" Levitation III ", 2019 Edition: 18/20 40 x 19 x 8 cm Rafael Barrios, sculptor, and founder of the Virtualism movement. From the beginning, his work has been characterized by the...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Kinetic Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Flight
Located in PARIS, FR
" Flight ", 2015 Edition: AP 58 x 53 cm Rafael Barrios, sculptor, and founder of the Virtualism movement. From the beginning, his work has been characterized by the alteration of t...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Kinetic Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Open 24 Hours
Located in Denver, CO
Electric Coffin is coded within art history and ideologies from archetypes of mysticism. We explore found truths from modernity and a personal historical perspective. A process-drive...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Lacquer, Mixed Media

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin, Pop Art Resin Sculpture, 2019
Located in New York, NY
The ’Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin is a painted lacquer resin abstract sculpture and art object by legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2019, the polka-dotted piece is a q...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

"Modulus III" Wood Wall Sculpture - black, gold, bronze, gray, mcm, charcoal
Located in Marmora, NJ
Modulus III is a striking mid century modern inspired wall sculpture made from birch, mdf, metallic bronze enamel paint and acrylic slate black (Has a hint of purple in the black and...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Birch, Lacquer, Paint

"NavyCitron" Wood Wall Sculpture - navy, gold, lime, yellow, white, walnut, bold
Located in Marmora, NJ
"NavyCitron" is a striking mid century modernist inspired wall sculpture made from birch, mdf, solid walnut, metallic gold Venetian plaster paint and acrylic paint. Inspired by the ...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Birch, Lacquer, Paint

"Holocene" Wood Wall Sculpture - Tondo, grey, gray, copper, white
Located in Marmora, NJ
NOTE: This is a commission piece. It will be made custom to your color palette or size. Average time is 2-4 weeks. Holocene is an elegant modern minimalist contemporary wall sculp...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Birch, Lacquer, Paint

"30 LOVE" Monochrome Wood Wall Sculpture -tan, creme, white, elegant, geometric
Located in Marmora, NJ
30LOVE is an elegant modern and minimalist contemporary wall sculpture. It is constructed with birch panels, acrylic and latex washes with a satin lacquer clear coat finish. The paint washes allow some of the wood grain to show through the paint and creates an almost marble-like appearance as the warm brown wood grain shows through the gradient white tones. 30LOVE is a piece that focuses on the movement of the composition, balance, and form by using this limited color palette. As with all my work, the piece straddles line between mid century modernism and retro futurism...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Walnut, Lacquer, Paint

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

"Doubles" Large Wall Sculpture by Craig French
Located in Pasadena, CA
Craig French is a contemporary pop-Constructivist sculptor, whose brilliant, lyrical wall pieces have gained an international audience. Cast resins, acryl...
Category

Early 2000s Constructivist Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Copper, Steel

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' sculpture is a polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art object by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot pumpkin series is a quintessential example of Kusama’s iconic spot-patterned motif, as the pumpkin silhouette has manifested throughout her career in various mediums. The pop art world has welcomed Kusama with open arms as her works are bold, brightly colored, and visually fascinating with a multitude of her famous spots. The yellow/black pumpkin is a bookshelf sized version of a couple of her most well-known large-scale installation. The pumpkin is of a limited edition and come in their original boxed packaging. Yayoi Kusama is a prolific multi-disciplinary contemporary artist, born in Matsumoto, Japan in 1929. Kusama began her studies of art at the Kyoto School of Arts and Crafts, where she learned Nihonga, a style of formal, traditional Japanese painting. After six successful solo exhibitions in Japan during her early artistic career, Kusama was inspired by the Abstract Expressionist movement in the United States and she moved to New York in 1958. Her eccentric style, consistent artistic motif, and openness about her experience with mental illness contributed to her eccentric public persona as an emerging artist on the rise. Soon after her arrival, she began a new body of work; black and white paintings, sculptures, films, and installations which became the acclaimed ‘Infinity Nets’ series, that translated her hallucinations of being caught in an endless netting. The series captured the attention of the avant-garde and notable established Artist’s of the time, including Donald Judd who later became a close friend of Kusama. During the 1960’s she began to create ‘Accumulations’ her title for immersive installations and large-scale artworks that captivated viewers with American pop art charisma. The polka-dot became her signature symbol, used throughout all of her artworks in many mediums which included drawings, paintings, collage, films, fashion, installations, performances, sculptures and even poetry. In 1993, Kusama was invited to the Venice Biennale to represent Japan, and since then has been the highlight of numerous touring exhibitions across the globe. Featured at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1998, the Le Consortium in Dijon, France in 2000, the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, Japan in 2004, and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam in 2008. Kusama was also honored with numerous retrospective shows, showcased at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Tate Modern in London, and in 2012 the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Kusama as also received numerous awards and honors, including the Asahi Prize in 2001, the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2003, and the 18th Praemium Imperiale award for painting in 2006. She also has been the subject of multiple films on her life and work, including the 1967 experimental film, which Kusama produced and starred in, depicting Kusama painting polka dots on everything around her including bodies. In 1991, Kusama starred in the film Tokyo Decadence written and directed by Ryu Murakami, Near Equal Yayoi Kusama: I Adore Myself’ created in 2008, and a documentary film by Takako Matsumoto. She has collaborated with many luxury designers such as Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs and in 2017 the Yayoi Kusama Museum opened in Tokyo. In 2020, the Hirshhorn announced it would debut new Kusama acquisitions, including two Infinity Mirror Rooms, at the upcoming exhibition ‘One with Eternity: Yayoi Kusama in the Hirshhorn Collection’. The name of the exhibit is derived from an open letter Kusama wrote to then-President Richard Nixon in 1968, writing: "let’s forget ourselves, dearest Richard, and become one with the absolute, all together in the altogether." In November 2021, a monumental overview of Kusama’s creative periods over the past 70 years, with some 200 works and four Infinity Rooms, including unique mirror installations...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin, Pop Art Resin Sculpture, 2019
Located in New York, NY
The ’Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin is a painted lacquer resin abstract sculpture and art object by legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2019, the polka-dotted piece is a q...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Acrylic, Resin, Lacquer

"Thrush" Wood Wall Sculpture - Chocolate, brown, white, red, cherry, modernist
Located in Marmora, NJ
"Thrush" is a striking mid century modernist inspired wall sculpture made from birch, acrylic washes and stain. Inspired by the futuristic designs of the Mid Century Modern era, Thru...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Birch, Lacquer, Paint

"Skylark" Wood Wall Sculpture - blue, white, modernist, modern, mid century
Located in Marmora, NJ
"Skylark" is a striking mid century modernist inspired wall sculpture made from birch wood and acrylic washes. Inspired by the futuristic designs of the Mid Century Modern era, Thrus...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Birch, Lacquer, Paint, Wood

"Streamliner II" Monochrome Modern Wall Sculpture- blue, gray, minimalism, mcm
Located in Marmora, NJ
Note: Streamliner I is shown with Streamliner II in some of the photos. Streamliner II is the Darker of the two sculptures and shown on the right (When both are shown in same photo)...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Lacquer, Paint

"Bauhaus Mint" Mixed Media Wall Sculpture - white, wood, modern, green gray
Located in Marmora, NJ
Bauhaus Mint is an elegant modern minimalist contemporary wall sculpture. It is constructed with birch panels, and high end pigmented lacquer with a satin finish. The piece relies on...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Lacquer, Paint, Wood, Birch

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' White/Red and Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' sculpture is a polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art object by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot pumpkin series is a quintessential example of Kusama’s iconic spot-patterned motif, as the pumpkin silhouette has manifested throughout her career in various mediums. The pop art world has welcomed Kusama with open arms as her works are bold, brightly colored, and visually fascinating with a multitude of her famous spots. The white/red pumpkin is a bookshelf sized version of a couple of her most well-known large-scale installation. The pumpkin is of a limited edition and come in their original boxed packaging. Yayoi Kusama is a prolific multi-disciplinary contemporary artist, born in Matsumoto, Japan in 1929. Kusama began her studies of art at the Kyoto School of Arts and Crafts, where she learned Nihonga, a style of formal, traditional Japanese painting. After six successful solo exhibitions in Japan during her early artistic career, Kusama was inspired by the Abstract Expressionist movement in the United States and she moved to New York in 1958. Her eccentric style, consistent artistic motif, and openness about her experience with mental illness contributed to her eccentric public persona as an emerging artist on the rise. Soon after her arrival, she began a new body of work; black and white paintings, sculptures, films, and installations which became the acclaimed ‘Infinity Nets’ series, that translated her hallucinations of being caught in an endless netting. The series captured the attention of the avant-garde and notable established Artist’s of the time, including Donald Judd who later became a close friend of Kusama. During the 1960’s she began to create ‘Accumulations’ her title for immersive installations and large-scale artworks that captivated viewers with American pop art charisma. The polka-dot became her signature symbol, used throughout all of her artworks in many mediums which included drawings, paintings, collage, films, fashion, installations, performances, sculptures and even poetry. In 1993, Kusama was invited to the Venice Biennale to represent Japan, and since then has been the highlight of numerous touring exhibitions across the globe. Featured at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1998, the Le Consortium in Dijon, France in 2000, the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, Japan in 2004, and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam in 2008. Kusama was also honored with numerous retrospective shows, showcased at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Tate Modern in London, and in 2012 the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Kusama as also received numerous awards and honors, including the Asahi Prize in 2001, the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2003, and the 18th Praemium Imperiale award for painting in 2006. She also has been the subject of multiple films on her life and work, including the 1967 experimental film, which Kusama produced and starred in, depicting Kusama painting polka dots on everything around her including bodies. In 1991, Kusama starred in the film Tokyo Decadence written and directed by Ryu Murakami, Near Equal Yayoi Kusama: I Adore Myself’ created in 2008, and a documentary film by Takako Matsumoto. She has collaborated with many luxury designers such as Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs and in 2017 the Yayoi Kusama Museum opened in Tokyo. In 2020, the Hirshhorn announced it would debut new Kusama acquisitions, including two Infinity Mirror Rooms, at the upcoming exhibition ‘One with Eternity: Yayoi Kusama in the Hirshhorn Collection’. The name of the exhibit is derived from an open letter Kusama wrote to then-President Richard Nixon in 1968, writing: "let’s forget ourselves, dearest Richard, and become one with the absolute, all together in the altogether." In November 2021, a monumental overview of Kusama’s creative periods over the past 70 years, with some 200 works and four Infinity Rooms, including unique mirror installations...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

"Solar Trees" Wood Wall Sculpture, mid century modern, lime, blue, gray, white
Located in Marmora, NJ
Note: This is for a Commission piece. Made after the original version shown. Colors can be customized. Allow 4 weeks for shipping. Please contact us to discuss before ordering. ...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Latex, Wood, Birch, Lacquer, Paint

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot pumpkin series is a quintessential example of Kusama’s iconic spot-patterned motif, as the pumpkin silhouette has manifested throughout her career in various mediums. The pop art world has welcomed Kusama with open arms as her works are bold, brightly colored, and visually fascinating with a multitude of her famous spots. The yellow/black pumpkin and white/red pumpkin are bookshelf sized versions of a couple of her most well-known large-scale installation. Both pumpkins are of a limited edition and come in their original boxed packaging. Yayoi Kusama is a prolific multi-disciplinary contemporary artist, born in Matsumoto, Japan in 1929. Kusama began her studies of art at the Kyoto School of Arts and Crafts, where she learned Nihonga, a style of formal, traditional Japanese painting. After six successful solo exhibitions in Japan during her early artistic career, Kusama was inspired by the Abstract Expressionist movement in the United States and she moved to New York in 1958. Her eccentric style, consistent artistic motif, and openness about her experience with mental illness contributed to her eccentric public persona as an emerging artist on the rise. Soon after her arrival, she began a new body of work; black and white paintings, sculptures, films, and installations which became the acclaimed ‘Infinity Nets’ series, that translated her hallucinations of being caught in an endless netting. The series captured the attention of the avant-garde and notable established Artist’s of the time, including Donald Judd who later became a close friend of Kusama. During the 1960’s she began to create ‘Accumulations’ her title for immersive installations and large-scale artworks that captivated viewers with American pop art charisma. The polka-dot became her signature symbol, used throughout all of her artworks in many mediums which included drawings, paintings, collage, films, fashion, installations, performances, sculptures and even poetry. In 1993, Kusama was invited to the Venice Biennale to represent Japan, and since then has been the highlight of numerous touring exhibitions across the globe. Featured at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1998, the Le Consortium in Dijon, France in 2000, the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, Japan in 2004, and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam in 2008. Kusama was also honored with numerous retrospective shows, showcased at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Tate Modern in London, and in 2012 the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Kusama as also received numerous awards and honors, including the Asahi Prize in 2001, the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2003, and the 18th Praemium Imperiale award for painting in 2006. She also has been the subject of multiple films on her life and work, including the 1967 experimental film, which Kusama produced and starred in, depicting Kusama painting polka dots on everything around her including bodies. In 1991, Kusama starred in the film Tokyo Decadence written and directed by Ryu Murakami, Near Equal Yayoi Kusama: I Adore Myself’ created in 2008, and a documentary film by Takako Matsumoto. She has collaborated with many luxury designers such as Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs and in 2017 the Yayoi Kusama Museum opened in Tokyo. In 2020, the Hirshhorn announced it would debut new Kusama acquisitions, including two Infinity Mirror Rooms, at the upcoming exhibition ‘One with Eternity: Yayoi Kusama in the Hirshhorn Collection’. The name of the exhibit is derived from an open letter Kusama wrote to then-President Richard Nixon in 1968, writing: "let’s forget ourselves, dearest Richard, and become one with the absolute, all together in the altogether." In November 2021, a monumental overview of Kusama’s creative periods over the past 70 years, with some 200 works and four Infinity Rooms, including unique mirror installations...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin, Pop Art Resin Sculpture, 2019
Located in New York, NY
The ’Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin is a painted lacquer resin abstract sculpture and art object by legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2019, the polka-dotted piece is a quintessential example of Kusama’s iconic spot-patterned motif, as the pumpkin silhouette has manifested throughout her career in various mediums. The pop art world has welcomed Kusama with open arms as her works are bold, brightly colored, and visually fascinating with a multitude of her famous spots. The melting pumpkin covered with shiny black dots is a miniature version of one of her most well-known installations, modeled after the ‘Akakabocha’ installation in Naoshima, Japan. The ’Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin is a limited edition, comes in the original boxed packaging, and measures approximately 5.5 x 3.5 x 5.5 inches. Yayoi Kusama is a prolific multi-disciplinary contemporary artist, born in Matsumoto, Japan in 1929. Kusama began her studies of art at the Kyoto School of Arts and Crafts, where she learned Nihonga, a style of formal, traditional Japanese painting. After six successful solo exhibitions in Japan during her early artistic career, Kusama was inspired by the Abstract Expressionist movement in the United States and she moved to New York in 1958. Her eccentric style, consistent artistic motif, and openness about her experience with mental illness contributed to her eccentric public persona as an emerging artist on the rise. Soon after her arrival, she began a new body of work; black and white paintings, sculptures, films, and installations which became the acclaimed ‘Infinity Nets’ series, that translated her hallucinations of being caught in an endless netting. The series captured the attention of the avant-garde and notable established Artist’s of the time, including Donald Judd who later became a close friend of Kusama. During the 1960’s she began to create ‘Accumulations’ her title for immersive installations and large-scale artworks that captivated viewers with American pop art charisma. The polka-dot became her signature symbol, used throughout all of her artworks in many mediums which included drawings, paintings, collage, films, fashion, installations, performances, sculptures and even poetry. In 1993, Kusama was invited to the Venice Biennale to represent Japan, and since then has been the highlight of numerous touring exhibitions across the globe. Featured at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1998, the Le Consortium in Dijon, France in 2000, the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, Japan in 2004, and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam in 2008. Kusama was also honored with numerous retrospective shows, showcased at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Tate Modern in London, and in 2012 the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Kusama as also received numerous awards and honors, including the Asahi Prize in 2001, the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2003, and the 18th Praemium Imperiale award for painting in 2006. She also has been the subject of multiple films on her life and work, including the 1967 experimental film, which Kusama produced and starred in, depicting Kusama painting polka dots on everything around her including bodies. In 1991, Kusama starred in the film Tokyo Decadence written and directed by Ryu Murakami, Near Equal Yayoi Kusama: I Adore Myself’ created in 2008, and a documentary film by Takako Matsumoto. She has collaborated with many luxury designers such as Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs and in 2017 the Yayoi Kusama Museum opened in Tokyo. In 2020, the Hirshhorn announced it would debut new Kusama acquisitions, including two Infinity Mirror Rooms, at the upcoming exhibition ‘One with Eternity: Yayoi Kusama in the Hirshhorn Collection’. The name of the exhibit is derived from an open letter Kusama wrote to then-President Richard Nixon in 1968, writing: "let’s forget ourselves, dearest Richard, and become one with the absolute, all together in the altogether." In November 2021, a monumental overview of Kusama’s creative periods over the past 70 years, with some 200 works and four Infinity Rooms, including unique mirror installations...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' sculpture is a polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art object by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot pumpkin ser...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' sculpture is a polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art object by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot pumpkin ser...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' sculpture is a polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art object by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot pumpkin ser...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

"Solar Trees" Wood Wall Sculpture, mid century modern, lime, blue, gray, white
Located in Marmora, NJ
Note: This is for a Commission piece. Made after the original version shown. Colors can be customized. Allow 4 weeks for shipping. Please contact us to discuss before ordering. ...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Birch, Lacquer, Paint, Latex

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin, Pop Art Resin Sculpture, 2019
Located in New York, NY
The ’Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin is a painted lacquer resin abstract sculpture and art object by legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2019, the polka-dotted piece is a q...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

"Ivory Falconer" Monochrome Wood Wall Sculpture -tan, creme, white, elegant
Located in Marmora, NJ
Ivory Falconer is a modern, chic, mixed media wall sculpture. Made from high end pigmented lacquer (The satin lacquer is infused with pigment which allows the paint to become one wit...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Walnut, Lacquer, Paint

"Modulus II" Wood Wall Sculpture - Modern, blue, periwinkle, gold, mid century
Located in Marmora, NJ
NOTE: This piece has sold. But it can be commissioned in different sizes and or colors. Timeline for commission is roughly 4 weeks to ship. Modulus II is a striking mid century modern inspired wall sculpture made from birch, mdf, metallic gold Venetian plaster suede paint and acrylic periwinkle blue washes. Inspired by the sputnik lighting...
Category

2010s Modern Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Birch, Lacquer, Paint

Lithium Grande
Located in Greenwich, CT
Basswood, white lacquer As an artist I strive to create elegant sculptures that capture the true essence of the subject matter. Form, line and surface are used as the visual languag...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Pigment, Wood, Lacquer

Balta
Located in Greenwich, CT
Mahogany, dye, lacquer, concrete As an artist I strive to create elegant sculptures that capture the true essence of the subject matter. Form, line and surface are used as the visua...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Lacquer, Dye, Pigment

Alien Fruit
Located in Greenwich, CT
As an artist I strive to create elegant sculptures that capture the true essence of the subject matter. Form, line and surface are used as the visual language. The figure is abstract...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Lacquer, Pigment

"Oga" colorful abstract sculpture
Located in Glen Ellen, CA
Steel and acrylic lacquer paint. Joseph Slusky's sculptures are often described as charismatic and exuberant. The liveliness of the varied shapes -- a playful mix of linear, geometr...
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

"Krypton" colorful steel sculpture
Located in Glen Ellen, CA
Playful and colorful steel pedestal sculpture with acrylic lacquer paint. Joseph Slusky's sculptures are often described as charismatic and exuberant. The liveliness of the varied s...
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

The Alamo-Yellow
Located in Irvine, CA
This piece by Billy Al Bengston is titled "The Alamo-Yellow". It measures 36" x 34", it is lacquer paint on dented aluminum and was completed in 1969. Bill...
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1960s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Lacquer

"Carthage" colorful steel sculpture
Located in Glen Ellen, CA
Playful and colorful steel pedestal sculpture with acrylic lacquer paint. Joseph Slusky's sculptures are often described as charismatic and exuberant. The liveliness of the varied s...
Category

1990s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

"Zongo" colorful abstract sculpture
Located in Glen Ellen, CA
Steel and acrylic lacquer paint. Joseph Slusky's painted steel sculpture "Zongo" prominently features a circle and exuberant wave form among the angles, but look closer and you'll a...
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1990s Constructivist Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Avender
Located in Greenwich, CT
Fiberglass / Carbon Fibre Impregnated With Catalysed Polyester Resin Graphite Filled Acrylic Laquor On Filled Polyester Resin Base
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Fiberglass, Polyester, Lacquer, Acrylic Polymer, Graphite

Wren
Located in Greenwich, CT
Fiberglass / Carbon Fibre Impregnated With Catalysed Polyester Resin Graphite Filled Acrylic Laquor On Filled Polyester Resin Base
Category

2010s Abstract Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Fiberglass, Lacquer, Acrylic Polymer, Graphite

"Yadgir" colorful pedestal sculpture
Located in Glen Ellen, CA
Playful and colorful steel pedestal sculpture with acrylic lacquer paint. Joseph Slusky's sculptures are often described as charismatic and exuberant. The liveliness of the varied s...
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Idyll
Located in Greenwich, CT
Fiberglass / Carbon Fibre Impregnated With Catalysed Polyester Resin Graphite Filled Acrylic Laquor On Filled Polyester Resin Base
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Fiberglass, Polyester, Lacquer, Acrylic Polymer, Graphite

Lady in Black
Located in Greenwich, CT
"As an artist I strive to create elegant sculptures that capture the true essence of the subject matter. Form, line and surface are used as the visual language. The figure is abstrac...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Concrete

Lotus
Located in Greenwich, CT
Lotus basswood, sterling silver leaf, lacquer 24" x 7" x 7"
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Silver

Alkai
Located in Greenwich, CT
Alkai Basswood, white lacquer 33" x 10" x 8"
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Lacquer

"Jakarta" colorful pedestal sculpture
Located in Glen Ellen, CA
Playful and colorful steel pedestal sculpture with acrylic lacquer paint. Joseph Slusky's sculptures are often described as charismatic and exuberant. The liveliness of the varied s...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Cocoon
Located in Greenwich, CT
Cocoon Mahogany, pigment, lacquer 9" x 19" x 8"
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Mahogany, Lacquer, Pigment

Yayoi Kusama, 'Pumpkin' Set of Two, White/Red and Yellow/Black, Sculpture, 2016
Located in New York, NY
The ’Pumpkin' Set of Two sculptures are polka-dotted painted lacquer resin collectible art objects by the legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2016, the polka-dot ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Yayoi Kusama, 'Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin, Pop Art Resin Sculpture, 2019
Located in New York, NY
The ’Naoshima’ Red Pumpkin is a painted lacquer resin abstract sculpture and art object by legendary contemporary Artist, Yayoi Kusama. Created in 2019, the polka-dotted piece is a q...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Lacquer, Acrylic

Tritan
Located in Greenwich, CT
mahogany, pigment, lacquer As an artist I strive to create elegant sculptures that capture the true essence of the subject matter. Form, line and surface are used as the visual lang...
Category

2010s Contemporary Lacquer Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Mahogany, Lacquer, Pigment

Lacquer abstract sculptures for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Lacquer abstract sculptures available on 1stDibs. While artists have worked in this medium across a range of time periods, art made with this material during the 21st Century is especially popular. If you’re looking to add Abstract sculptures created with this material to introduce a provocative pop of color and texture to an otherwise neutral space in your home, the works available on 1stDibs include elements of blue, red, orange, purple and other colors. There are many well-known artists whose body of work includes ceramic sculptures. Popular artists on 1stDibs associated with pieces like this include Scott Troxel, Yayoi Kusama, Don Frost, and Joel Urruty. Frequently made by artists working in the Abstract, Contemporary, all of these pieces for sale are unique and many will draw the attention of guests in your home. Not every interior allows for large Lacquer abstract sculptures, so small editions measuring 0.25 inches across are also available

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