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If you want to experience infinity, you're going to have to wait a long time. On a recent Saturday, the line to see Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's new "Infinity Mirror Rooms" stretched all the way around a Manhattan city block. Some 5,000 people came through that day, the gallery says, the busiest day yet for the exhibition, and yet more proof – if it were needed – of the massive popularity of Kusama, who's been described as the top-selling living female artist. Like many who have passed through the gallery since the exhibition opened at the beginning of November, Kondrateva had seen Kusama's work on Instagram, where the artist is a presence.Her famous Infinity Mirror Rooms – two new ones are being debuted at the current exhibition, called "Festival of Life" – are perfect for selfies. The entire room is white and covered with Kusama's signature red polka dots, with huge sculptures of white tulips with red dots.Except for some paintings on loan, the works are for sale – even the Infinity Mirror Rooms.
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