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Yayoi Kusama 

"She has traded on her identity as an "outsider" in many contexts - as a female artist in a male-dominated society, as a Japanese person in the Western art world, and as a victim of her own neurotic and obsessional symptoms. After achieving fame and notoriety with groundbreaking art happenings and events, she returned to her country of birth and is now Japan’s most prominent contemporary artist." 

Pictures of the ‘Obliteration Room’ which is my favourite Kusama piece so far in my life :)

(Source: tate.org.uk)

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