Yayoi Kusama is an artist known for creating works that use a pattern of dots. Yayoi had a humble upbringing in the countryside of Japan, but after moving to New York City when she was 27 years old, she rose to fame as an artist known for her paintings, sculptures, and performances. The dots in this animation from Tate Kids represent much more than just a simple shape.
Becoming an Artist: Yayoi Kusama
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