. In Case You Misssed It – Louis Vuitton’s New Kusama Collaboration Lacks Their First Collection’s Attention to the Zeitgeist « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NEWS – Inside, uniformed men held silver platters of champagne amidst a sea of black dots covering yellow walls, mirrors, and reflective spheres. A giant, standing LV sign, encrusted with more chromatic spheres, stood glinting and flashing. These simple forms speak immediately to Kusama’s body of work. The mirrors are a nod to her viral “Infinity Rooms,” the first of which was debuted in 1965. Later ones have shown at museums and galleries across the globe, and are perhaps responsible for spawning the recent rush of “immersive experience” exhibitions. The chromatic balls, meanwhile, reference Narcissus Garden, which premiered at the 1966 Venice Biennale.

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