Generating monumental buzz about her newest release, Yayoi Kusama’s exhibition I Who Have Arrived In Heaven has created a whole new spin on things, turning exponential growth into an original art form. Mind you, art lovers endured near freezing NYC weather to take in the one minute zen experience of being surrounded with Kusama’s Souls of Millions of Light Years Away (experienced here) infinity room installation. (Which is extremely cool and should check out).
This time around, the powerhouse gallery David Zwirner gave three exhibition spaces to the Japanese artist with the main gallery showcasing twenty-seven brand new large-scale paintings for all to enjoy without the need to wait in line. Recognized as a rarely worked with artist, she has been around and practiced a long time to have a substantial amount of work spanning the second half of the twentieth century in both pop art and minimalism.
Pictures courtesy of Arrested Motion.