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April 18   -   ArtsJournal: music

Art Critic Finds Out What It's Like To See Yayoi Kusama Show With Regular (Huge) Crowds - And It Worries Him

Philip Kennicott: "This exhibition highlights problems far deeper than those raised by the all-too-successful blockbuster shows of the past. This isn't about managing success and finding the right balance between access for crowds and the integrity of the individual aesthetic experience. Rather, this is about the nature of experience itself, and whether museums want to reinforce an understanding of existence that is fractured, competitive, capitalistic and ultimately alienated from art."

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