Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s artwork, including her famous Infinity Mirrored Room, is returning to NYC this summer!
Starting May 12, her latest works will be on view at David Zwirner, spanning its West 19th and West 20th Street galleries, including new paintings, new sculptures elaborating on her signature motifs of pumpkins and flowers, and a new Infinity Mirrored Room.
Titled, “Yayoi Kusama: I spend each day embracing flowers,” it will be her largest exhibition to date, according to the gallery.
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Kusama fans will remember the massive exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden in 2021, which took over with giant sculptures, an Infinity Mirrored Room and a gallery of older works, but also the first time the Infinity Mirrored Room took NYC by storm in 2017, causing people to queue up around the block.
Luckily, Kusama’s work can now be seen for free in the new Grand Central Madison—she created a mosaic for the space that opened earlier this year.
Louis Vuitton on Fifth Avenue this winter installed a life-like robot version of the 93-year-old artist inside the shop’s window that appears to be painting one of her famous spots.
So if you haven’t had enough of Kusama, be sure to sign up on David Zwirner’s site for updates and “a chance to skip the line.”
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.