Kusama: The Graphic Novel is an ode to the power of art, which, on multiple occasions, saved her.
In this excerpt of Kusama: The Graphic Novel, illustrator Elisa Macellari time travels to Kusama’s life in 1960s New York City, when the artist became “the high priestess of love and pacifism.”
A giant sun will be the Japanese contemporary artist’s contribution to this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade.
I could spend a week inside Yayoi Kusama’s infinity room.
Our reporter visited the public opening of Yayoi Kusama’s new exhibition at David Zwirner to ask fans why they’d waited hours for a 30-second glimpse at one of her world-famous infinity rooms.
The artists called the exhibitions “malicious,” and plan to pursue legal recourse once the responsible parties are identified.
A new film tells the story of Yayoi Kusama’s reckoning with her own demons and those of the artworld.
Kusama’s installation connects with a broad reach of Rockaway’s history, as well as the impact of climate change on the area.
“Narcissus Garden” will be on view in a former train garage at Fort Tilden from July 1 until Labor Day.
The new attraction includes a copy of Burden’s “Urban Light” called “Love Light,” a version of Kusama’s “Obliteration Room” dubbed “Love Lock,” and a whole section called “Museum of Ice Cream.”
Viewers are invited to stick their heads into the porthole-like windows of Los Angeles’s newest Kusama chamber to gaze at infinity.
Kusama – Infinity spotlights both the artist’s radically successful career and how art can be a method of healing.