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Hong Kong museum offers Yayoi Kusama career overview

M+ exhibit includes new creations and 87 pieces never shown outside Japan

"Pumpkin" is a subtle tribute to a work installed on the island of Naoshima that was swept to sea during a 2021 typhoon. (Courtesy of M+)

HONG KONG -- Sculptures, canvases and other objects decorated with polka dots are inextricably linked to one of the world's most important contemporary artists -- Yayoi Kusama.

But there is much more to the Japanese artist than her huge colorful pumpkins covered in dots or her Instagram-famous mirrored "Infinity Rooms."

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