Yayoi Kusama and more featured in “In the Studio: Postwar Abstract Painting”
Yayoi Kusama explored the concept of infinite repetition across a broad range of mediums as she forged a path through the male-dominated Abstract Expressionist art world of 1950s New York. For this work, she photographed her Infinity Net paintings, then cut up the black-and-white prints and fit them into a grid. See this and more works by pioneering women abstract artists in the exhibition #MakingSpace, now on view at MoMA.
Learn about the materials, techniques, and approaches of Kusama and six other New York School artists in our newest free online course, “In the Studio: Postwar Abstract Painting.” The next session starts April 24— enroll today at mo.ma/coursera