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It Takes a Team

I visited the NYC Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) last week to see the exhibition Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction (through August 13). The show is fabulous and all the most exciting abstract artists (who happen to be women) are included. 1,739 more words


Kusama, art and "the other" wrap-up

Over the last several months, I’ve had the chance to talk with many different people about the concept of otherizing.  For some, this was a new word.   876 more words


Kusama, art and "the other" - part 2

This was the question I ended with in part 1:  If most museums are free, providing access to anyone and everyone, why have I felt out of place and often like “the other” when I’ve been a visitor? 457 more words


Yayoi Kusama's: Infinity Mirrors

If you take a rainy Friday, put in for half days leave from work, travel to the Hirshhorn to see the final showing of Yayoi Kusama’s “ 156 more words

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Kusama, art and "the other"- part 1

Just about a month ago, I was fortunate enough to score two free passes to Yayoi Kusama‘s exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC.   564 more words


Kusama's World: Mirror, Mirror ...To Infinity and Beyond

In the 1960’s, Yayoi Kusama’ s Infinity Nets were her very personal response and contribution to a New York art scene populated by Jackson Pollock’s drips, Barnett Newman’s zips, Rothko’s Color Fields… 1,124 more words


Naoshima | Japan

Naoshima was the highlight of my trip. It is a little island of the coast of Japan that is dedicated to architecture, artwork and sculptures. It is a short train and ferry ride to the island (about an hour) from Okayama and well worth the trip. 247 more words