Trippy Art of Yayoi Kusama — the Princess of Polka Dots

“Repetitive Vision” room at the Mattress Factory museum

“Have you heard of Yayoi Kusama?” asked the volunteer coordinator who was giving me a tour — a part of volunteer training — of the Mattress Factory museum in Pittsburgh. I consider myself an arts enthusiast and Yayoi Kusama seemed to be a renowned name in arts. So, I was a little embarrassed to accept I had never heard of her before. Good the coordinator wasn’t judgemental and she continued…

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