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Yayoi Kusama: ‘My mind is full of paintings’ | The Guardian Facebook


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87-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is celebrated as an avant-garde visionary, known for her iconic polka dot spectacles and immersive environments. She has a history of mental illness and has used art as a form of therapy. Simultaneous exhibitions opened this week in Washington and Tokyo, celebrating her career and the different way she sees the world.

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It’s Too Late, Baby | Purple Clover


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Hard to believe, but it’s taken me almost 60 years to finally realize age has its limitations.

The other day it occurred to me I will never be a surrogate mother. I’m turning 60. That ship has sailed.

Not that I ever really wanted to be a surrogate. In fact, I’m pretty sure I couldn’t give up a baby I’ve nurtured in my own body. But I used to listen to these commercials on the radio seeking potential surrogates and I definitely gave it some thought.

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Emma Freud: “I’m Not Interested in Spending My 50s Pretending I’m in My 40s” | InStyle


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“I’m 55½, and I’m excited about the future.”

My amazing mum was 90 last month. She’s been an actress for 70 years—and on her big day she performed two theater shows before hosting dinner for 30 people. She swims every morning, goes tap dancing every week, and has nearly mastered the names, if not the sexes, of her 18 grandchildren.

Read the full article here: Emma Freud: “I’m Not Interested in Spending My 50s Pretending I’m in My 40s” | InStyle

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