Infinity Mirrored Room – The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away / Courtesy David Zwirner and Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc.
Infinity Mirrored Room, detail – The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away / Courtesy David Zwirner and Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc.
Love is Calling, 2013. Wood, metal, glass mirrors, tile, acrylic panel, rubber, blowers, lighting element, speakers, and sound. / Courtesy David Zwirner and Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc.
Yayoi Kusama in her 2013 solo exhibition I Who Have Arrived in Heaven at David Zwirner, New York. Courtesy David Zwirner and Yayoi Kusama Studio Inc. Photo: Will Ragozzino.
Courtesy Rebecca Dale Photography
Courtesy Steven Meidenbauer
In an impressive display of new work, artist Yayoi Kusama (previously) recently opened a solo show, I Who Have Arrived In Heaven, at David Zwirner Gallery in New York. Now in her mid-80s, the prolific artist is showing twenty-seven new large-scale paintings, and not one but two of the artist’s famous Infinity Rooms (pictured above). The immersive mirrored environments can be entered by gallery visitors for a vertigo-inducing walk through an infinitely reflected field of stars and organic forms. The collected artwork and installation spaces span all three of David Zwirner’s galleries in Chelsea at 519, 525 and 533 West 19th Street and will be on view through December 21, 2013. Imagery courtesy David Zwirner Gallery, Steven Meidenbauer, and Rebecca Dale Photography.
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- Colossal (thisiscolossal.com)
- Two Mirrored Infinity Rooms by Yayoi Kusama Are On Display in New York City
- I Who Have Arrived In Heaven: a remarkable installation by Yayoi Kusama
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- Yayoi Kusama’s ‘I Who Have Arrived in Heaven’ at David Zwirner gallery in New York
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- Mirrored Infinity Room | Yayoi Kusama at David Zwirner (spoon-tamago.com)
- The Colorful, Weird World of Japanese Artist Kusama (wnyc.org)