Yayoi Kusama collages at Omer Tiroche Gallery Perhaps you have savored Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Rooms,” waiting hours in line for the pleasure of posing within their mirrors. Perhaps you have enjoyed her “Infinity Net” paintings and their bewitching organic repetition. Well, then it is time to head over to the booth of this London gallery, which has a row of six collages that the Japanese phenom made in 1980 and 1981. They’re small but strong: a central image—an eagle, say—sits at the center of each, ornamented with meticulous lines and a glowing border. They look like cells under a microscope, or celestial bodies. They are superb.
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