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Exhibit on Japanese artist Kusama set to draw huge crowds in Israel

First exhibit in Israel on the 92-year-old artist is fully booked through mid-February

Photo taken in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Oct. 31, shows Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama's work. An exhibition displaying her works will be held there from Nov. 15.   © Kyodo

TELAVIV (Kyodo) -- An upcoming exhibition in Israel dedicated to Yayoi Kusama, an internationally acclaimed Japanese avant-garde artist, is set to draw big crowds as more than 100,000 tickets have been sold ahead of its start on Monday.

"Yayoi Kusama: A Retrospective," the first exhibit in Israel on the 92-year-old artist, is already fully booked through mid-February, according to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art's website.

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