The lines to get in to the YaYoi Kusama exhibit — same day tickets are sold upon the Seattle Art Museum’s opening at 10am — remain long. Here it was barely 8:30am, and people were playing cards, drinking coffee, huddled up in blankets against the cool morning air, all waiting another hour and a half before the line would begin to move. The line stretches for the entire long block in front of the Museum; I have no idea how early the people at the front may have arrived.
Is the Kusama worth the wait? It is, yes.