Walkthrough of Yayoi Kusama's All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins!

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama pioneered the idea of reflective space installations back in 1965 when she presented her first "Infinity Mirror Room" piece. Since then, she's become better known for one of her signature designs, the dot-covered "Pumpkin", which debuted in 1993 as part of an "Infinity Mirror Room". But the two concepts haven't been conjoined together since, at least until last year when she created three "All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins" installations, one of which was acquired by the Dallas Museum of Art. Opening to the public on October 1st and being presented through February 25th, 2018, we know that not everyone will get a chance to see this gorgeous installation in-person. Thankfully, I was able to join an advance preview of the work at the museum, an experience that I've detailed on CoART Magazine for those that won't be able to attend. Click on the images, or HERE, to be taken directly to the full article.

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