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The Art of Tasha Kusama

We first came across California based artist Tasha Kusama’sstunning work in the group show 'Lucid Dreams' showing this month. The complex, prismaticwork juxtaposes a wide spectrum of color, geometric shapes and odd femalefigures to an intriguing effect. Whether depicted with their hearts exposedover their bare chests or with bleached irises, the strange women share a ritualisticintimacy as they braid hair, hold hands or bedeck themselves with jewels andweaponry. View more of the colorful work after the jump.

We first came across California based artist Tasha Kusama’s stunning work in the group show ‘Lucid Dreams’ showing this month. The complex, prismatic work juxtaposes a wide spectrum of color, geometric shapes and odd female figures to an intriguing effect. Whether depicted with their hearts exposed over their bare chests or with bleached irises, the strange women share a ritualistic intimacy as they braid hair, hold hands or bedeck themselves with jewels and weaponry. View more of the colorful work below.

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