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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.

Read the full article here: It’s Too Late, Baby | Purple Clover

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