Yayoi Kusama poses against one of her works featuring her signature polka dot motif in Hong Kong in 2012. au milieu de son oeuvre à Hong Kong, Photo:  Jose-Fuste Raga/Gamma-Rapho via 
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Yayoi Kusama poses against one of her works featuring her signature polka dot motif in Hong Kong in 2012. au milieu de son oeuvre à Hong Kong, Photo: Jose-Fuste Raga/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images
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Yayoi Kusama retrospective at M+ in Hong Kong promises ‘many surprises’, curator says

  • Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama has been making art for nearly eight decades – her polka dot motifs, pumpkins and infinity mirrors are well known
  • But a Hong Kong retrospective of her art featuring more than 200 pieces promises to redefine the way the world sees the 93-year-old, curator Doryun Chong says

Yayoi Kusama poses against one of her works featuring her signature polka dot motif in Hong Kong in 2012. au milieu de son oeuvre à Hong Kong, Photo:  Jose-Fuste Raga/Gamma-Rapho via 
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Yayoi Kusama poses against one of her works featuring her signature polka dot motif in Hong Kong in 2012. au milieu de son oeuvre à Hong Kong, Photo: Jose-Fuste Raga/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

Corrected [12:15pm, 16 Sep, 2022]

  • [12:15pm, 16 Sep, 2022]

    The spelling of Doryun Chong's name has been corrected; the show will include three new works, not three new commissions; the HK$240 ticket price applies to the Kusama show, not to all special exhibitions.

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