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    Fireflies on the Water (2002) by Yayoi Kusama. Installation made of 150 lights, mirrors and water. #Arts Design

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    "Fireflies on the Water" installation (2002), by Yayoi Kusama. 150 lights, mirrors and water.

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    Fireflies on the Water (2002) by Yayoi Kusama. Installation made of 150 lights, mirrors and water. LIGHT

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Yayoi Kusama (b. 1929), Fireflies on the Water, 2002. Mirror, plexiglass, 150 lights and water, 111 × 144 1/2 × 144 1/2 in. (281.9 × 367 × 367 cm) overall. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase, with funds from the Postwar Committee and the Contemporary Painting and Sculpture Committee and partial gift of Betsy Wittenborn Miller 2003.322a-tttttttt. © Yayoi Kusama. Photograph courtesy Robert Miller Gallery

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