Yayoi Kusama exhibition

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Yayoi Kusama is probably best-known for her repeating dot patterns, but her art encompasses a wide variety of different styles including painting, drawing, sculpture, film and performance.

Since 1977 this intriguing artist has spent much of her life living in a psychiatric institution, and her work has been touched by obsession and a desire to escape from psychological trauma.

Tate Modern is the most visited art gallery in London and houses a huge collection of international modern and contemporary art from the 19th-century onwards. You can find works by Monet, Dalí, Cézanne, Pollock, Rothko, Matisse, Pollock, Picasso and Warhol.

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