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Rubell Museum is showing three solo presentations of the artists Yayoi Kusama, Genesis Tramaine, and Hernan Bas.
November 18, 2020 - December 12, 2020
All open through December 12, Rubell Museum is showing three solo presentations of the artists Yayoi Kusama, Genesis Tramaine, and Hernan Bas. Kusama’s Narcissus Garden is an immersive landscape installation activating the center of the museum with a creation made of 700 stainless steel spheres. “Sanctuary” is a series of eight paintings created during the museum’s six-week residency by the 2020 recipient, Genesis Tramaine. And from Hernan Bas, viewers will find a selection of drawings and paintings that offer an allegory on the early stages of human life.
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