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Yayoi Kusama lying on the base of My Flower Bed (1962) in New York, c. 1965

Yayoi Kusama lying on the base of My Flower Bed (1962) in New York, c. 1965

There are many more colorful dots now at Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ - Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Brisbane, Australia. Photo by Stuart Addelsee

There are many more colorful dots now at Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ - Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Brisbane, Australia. Photo by Stuart Addelsee

Yayoi Kusama, Japan’s Most Celebrated Contemporary Artist, Illustrates Alice in Wonderland

Yayoi Kusama, Japan’s Most Celebrated Contemporary Artist, Illustrates Alice in Wonderland

Yayoi Kusama, Japan’s Most Celebrated Contemporary Artist, Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, Down the rabbit hole in colorful dots, twisted typography, and strange eye conditions.

Yayoi Kusama, Yayoi Kusama  1965   Courtesy of Victoria Miro Gallery, London and Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo © Yayoi Kusama, courtesy Yayoi Kusama studio inc. . Photo: Eikoh Hosoe

Yayoi Kusama, Yayoi Kusama 1965 Courtesy of Victoria Miro Gallery, London and Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo © Yayoi Kusama, courtesy Yayoi Kusama studio inc. . Photo: Eikoh Hosoe

Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist and writer. Throughout her career she has worked in a wide variety of mediums, including painting, collage, sculpture, performance art and environmental installations, ...

Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist and writer. Throughout her career she has worked in a wide variety of mediums, including painting, collage, sculpture, performance art and environmental installations, ...

Yayoi Kusama - Infinity Mirror Room - Phalli's Field (Floor Show), 1965 (1998) by de_buurman, via Flickr

Yayoi Kusama - Infinity Mirror Room - Phalli's Field (Floor Show), 1965 (1998) by de_buurman, via Flickr

y a y o i  k u s a m a  A R T I S T  posing in her installation International Galerij Orez, 1965    “Just weeks after moving into an East 19th street loft in September 1961, Yayoi Kusama, aided by Donald Judd, began sewing and stuffing hundreds of small canvas sacks full of cotton… Some were erect; others were semi-flaccid… this collision between what were now unmistakably phallic objects into this realm of kitsch-infused, quotidian femininity… undertaken to conquer her fear

y a y o i k u s a m a A R T I S T posing in her installation International Galerij Orez, 1965 “Just weeks after moving into an East 19th street loft in September 1961, Yayoi Kusama, aided by Donald Judd, began sewing and stuffing hundreds of small canvas sacks full of cotton… Some were erect; others were semi-flaccid… this collision between what were now unmistakably phallic objects into this realm of kitsch-infused, quotidian femininity… undertaken to conquer her fear