CULTURE

Inside Yayoi Kusama’s Polka-Dot Glass House Takeover

Photographed by Teddy Wolff

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Teddy Wolff

George Clooney, Airbnbs, London galleries, and now the Glass House. Architect Philip Johnson’s former home in New Canaan, Connecticut is latest target of the Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s polka-dot installation series. For the month of September, “Dots Obsession” is complementing the 1,300 reflective orbs floating in the property’s pond by covering the house itself in a series of dots, which can look five layers deep at times because to the walls’ reflective surfaces. Get a glimpse at nature’s own infinity room, here.

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Photo by Teddy Wolff. Produced by Biel Parklee.
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Photo by Teddy Wolff. Produced by Biel Parklee.