Register by May 29!
Experience this multisensory presentation of the work of the internationally celebrated Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama with a guided walking tour, entry to the conservatory, the works within the Mertz Library Building, and the outdoor exhibition. Exclusive to NYBG, this exhibition is designed to capture and illuminate the artist’s profound engagement with nature throughout the changing seasons from spring into fall. Kusama’s lifelong fascination with the natural world will be revealed in depth with multiple installations, including her signature mirrored environments and organic forms, polka-dotted sculptures of colossal flora, mesmerizing nature-based paintings, biomorphic collages, works on paper, botanical sketches, as well as a spectacular horticultural showcase in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. Bring a lunch or dine on your own at one of several restaurants or food trucks on site.
Guide: Jeanne Fontaine
Tuesday, June 2
Depart: 7 am, return: 6 pm
Includes guided tours, timed admission; bus transportation, and driver tip.
Image: New York Botanical Garden