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Jinny Khanduja is an urban planner based in New York City. Her current work is at the intersection of food systems planning, community development, and economic development. She has a broad range of interests related to city design and development, and also has professional experience in communications and media relations. Jinny can often be found instagramming her way through the five boroughs. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Emory University in International Studies and Spanish, and a Master of Science in Urban Planning from Columbia University.

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This year, New York residents have waited on line for many a cultural phenomenon. From mind-numbing 13 hour waits to see the MOMA’s Rain Room this summer, to multi-block lines for the Cronut and the Ramen Burger, this city has done its fair share of idle standing around.

With the visibility of the exhibit at the David Zwirner Gallery entitled “I Who Have Arrived In Heaven” by Yayoi Kusama,, everyone’s favorite Japanese conceptual artist and psychiatric hospital patient, the trend of the long line seems to be here to stay. It may, in fact, be accelerating, with lines of upwards of 6 hours for one of the exhibit’s famed “infinity rooms” during record breaking snow over the past week. The exhibit closes on the 21st of this month, so get yourselves down there–or experience it through our photos.   (more…)