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Yayoi Kusama

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Yayoi Kusama'nın yaşamının doksan yılı, sürekli olarak kendi stilini yarattığı ve yeniden-yarattığı kariyeri boyunca onu Japonya kırsalından New York sanat dünyasına ve oradan çağdaş Tokyo’ya götürmüştür. Sanatçının Japonya içinde ve dışında yer edinmek için nasıl çabaladığını ve kayda değer bir sanatsal miras bırakmak için bu çabalarını nasıl harmanladığını öğrenin.
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