Visitors of New York’s Botanical Garden are offered a special opportunity to enjoy the works by contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, as part of an outdoor exhibition titled Kusama: Cosmic Nature.
Some of the most recognizable sculptures and installations can be found across the 250-acre garden, such as Narcissus Garden, situated in the Native Plant Garden, and the Ascension of Polka Dots on the Trees, with nearby trees adorned with the artist’s speckled motif.
The Enid A. Haupt Conservatory will host seasonal progressions of violas, salvias, zinnias, chrysanthemums and other colorful annuals alongside Kusama’s polka-dotted sculptures, including Hymn of Life—Tulips, which is nestled in the Conservatory Courtyard Hardy Pool. Elsewhere, the captivating Pumpkins Screaming About Love Beyond Infinity is on display in the Visitor Center gallery, alongside new works, including Dancing Pumpkin and I Want to Fly to the Universe, which are making their debut during the exhibition.
Kusama: Cosmic Nature runs until October 31. There will also be a new Infinity Mirrored Room experience opening this summer. Check out some of the works from the Botanical Garden below.