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.
Ever wonder how long people at other museums are waiting to get into an Infinity Room? We found out! (Well, kind of.)
Children’s art books offer opportunities for kids — and the adults in their lives — to engage with art in joyful and surprising ways.
Artist Jon Burgerman is offering people queueing outside David Zwirner a more modest and less immersive experience: the “Infinity Box.”
Delirious at the Met Breuer is an exhibition filled with beautiful but comparatively polite works by habitually transgressive artists.
And contemporary art continues to be part of the Jivanka brand.
According to museum visitors, someone attempting to take a selfie in Yayoi Kusama’s newest mirror room fell into the gleaming patch of pumpkin sculptures and broke one of them.