Following the hugely popular "I Who Have Arrived in Heaven" exhibition in 2013, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has once again taken her idiosyncratic abstractions to the David Zwirner gallery in New York for a new show entitled "Give Me Love." Touted as the most popular artist of 2014, Kusama is known to channel her visual and auditory hallucinatory experiences through different artistic expressions. Her signature polka dots and sculpture work make their return in a show that has been split into two sections: her popular interactive installation "The Obliteration Room" - a domestic environment recreated in the gallery space in which household wares are painted white and viewers are asked to cover objects in colorful dot stickers - sits on one side, while larger-than-life stainless steel pumpkins featuring painted dots sit on the other.

Yayoi Kusama's "Give Me Love" will be on display at David Zwirner until June 13.

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