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Celebrated for her hallucinatory dot paintings and mirrored rooms, Kusama returns to Chelsea with new variations on her recent themes. A series of brightly colored acrylic canvases continues the sort of folk/outsider art vibe that’s been a feature of her paintings over the past five years. There are more of her polka-dotted pumpkin sculptures, this time in stainless steel. In lieu of painted dots, some are riddled with Swiss-cheese holes revealing interiors painted a single vibrant hue. The highlight of the show is an all-white room containing pieces of furniture painted to match. Visitors are encouraged to apply differently sized colored stickers (dots, naturally) provided by the artist on whatever surface they choose, with the idea of visually “obliterating” the piece over the course of the show.