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Kusama exhibit in New York


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Kusama is an amazing artist.

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“I want to fly to the universe” looks a bit like “Oh man! This water is so cold!!”

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Jesus wept.

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he borrowed not from 1 but at least 3 original artists

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Man,the art world is such a joke.

How can someone make so much dough from plastering everything with red dots.

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Robert, I think you meant 'she'......

Spitfire, I think you meant 'white dots'.....

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You guys know this is the expression of a mental condition she is having, right? Still, I experienced one of her "infinity rooms" - it's an amazing sight and experience, obvious product of a genius mind

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Her work is awesome. Yet, do see the influence corona, etc.

*@robert maes **3:39pm. To whom, are you referrring? Taro’s “Tower of the Sun”? Hopi art?*

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he borrowed not from 1 but at least 3 original artists

Yayoi Kusama is the biggest-selling female artist in the world. And in her bright-red wig and quirky polka-dot ensembles, she is also one of the most instantly recognisable. At almost 90 years old she is still astonishingly prolific.

Kusama became the most expensive living female artist at auction when White No. 28 (1960) from her signature Infinity Nets series sold for $7.1 million at a 2014 Christie's auction.

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