By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Considered by many to be Japan's foremost exponent of Pop Art today, Yayoi Kusama brings her Obsessão Infinita exhibition to Rio's Central Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCBB) this month. Opening on Friday October 11th, more than 100 works including paintings, sculptures, videos, and installations will occupy the CCBB's Rotunda space, first and second floors.
Curated by Buenos Aires museum MALBA's Philip Larratt-Smith and Frances Morris, the woman behind Kusama’s 2012 retrospective at London's Tate Modern, "Obsessão Infinita" represents the first in . . .