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Yayoi Kusama. <br />La Princesa de los Lunares. O un Jardín Japonés

Yayoi Kusama.
La Princesa de los Lunares. O un Jardín Japonés

20.7.2014 | A. G. Abella

· Primera parte. A.G. Abella traza, con su probada habilidad para la investigación minuciosa, el complejo perfil de la artista que ocupa el primer lugar entre las mujeres más cotizadas y de mayor progresión de la última década, por delante de Cindy Sherman y de Marlene Dumas.
Desde su infancia en Japón, el enfrentamiento con su familia y la experiencia de la II Guerra Mundial, su decidida búsqueda de un mundo más amplio y su actual estilo de vida, asistimos al enorme empeño que ha hecho de Yayoi Kusama, una obra mayor que ella misma.
Imagen: La artista japonesa Yayoi Kusama con su característica peluca rojo-brillante, trabajando en su estudio / Photo: AP
· Segunda parte: Yayoi Kusama II. En Estados Unidos con 60 Kimonos