Avant-garde Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama may be 87 years old but her extraordinary sculptures and paintings are as fresh as ever. This new exhibition spans the gallery’s three locations (two galleries and water garden) and features, as well as older pieces like her iconic pumpkin sculptures, new paintings and immersive mirror rooms conceived just for this exhibition. She has said that her earliest memory is applying polka dots to paper as a little girl and this is in colourful evidence throughout. THE HEART THAT FLEW TO THE SKY (2016) is a new favourite of mine, combining her enduring obsession with polka dots and the childlike. It runs Until the end of July. Go!
Where: Victoria Miro Gallery, 16 Wharf Road, London, N1 7RW
When: Until 30 July
Nearest tube: Angel