This soft pumpkin sculpture features the polka dot patterns and bold colors for which Kusama is perhaps best known. Kusama first used the pumpkin at the 1993 Venice Biennale for the Japanese pavilion and since then it has appeared in various iterations, often created in concert with several of her other practices, such as her soft, phallic-like sculptures and her installations of monstrous flora.
Unsigned and not numbered; sold as new in mint condition.
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