Yayoi Kusama

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Including masters of the Korean avant-garde and a new generation of painters from China, some of Asia's most influential and talked about artists on show on Frieze Viewing Room New York edition

18 MAY 22

The collector and the digital strategist discuss the role of technology, art in childhood and Shen’s social media project, #CarlasCamo

BY Carla Shen AND JiaJia Fei | 01 JUN 21

From Yayoi Kusama's flora-inspired sculptures at the New York Botanical Garden to this year's Shanghai Urban Space Art Season, these are must-see public art shows across the globe

BY frieze | 16 APR 21

An Instagram user documented the artwork being whisked away as Typhoon Krosa approached Japan’s Naoshima island

BY Frieze News Desk | 19 AUG 19

Shows featuring counterfeit work by the Japanese artist Kusama and her compatriot Takashi Murakami, have appeared in at least six Chinese cities

29 OCT 18

In further news: Glasgow School of Art to be rebuilt; Philadelphia Museum of Art gets a Frank Gehry-designed restaurant

13 JUL 18

Elsewhere: MoMaCha cafe says MoMA is not ‘truly famous’; selfie-fanatics create chaos at Kusama show, the latest in art world madness

BY In the Name of Art | 30 MAY 18

An early painting by the Japanese artist has been estimated at USD$7–10 million ahead of a Sotheby’s sale in New York

03 MAY 18

In further news: London’s Southbank Centre launches club night ‘Concrete Lates’; Anselm Kiefer creates first US site-specific outdoor sculpture

20 MAR 18

Yayoi Kusama to open her own museum; Confederate monuments removed in Baltimore; David Roberts Art Foundation to leave London

18 AUG 17

Yayoi Kusama to be immortalized in wax; Anicka Yi awarded the 2016 Hugo Boss Prize; Edinburgh's Inverleith House to close

21 OCT 16

Various venues, Seto Inland Sea, Japan

BY Edward Ball | 25 MAY 16

Deborah de Robertis, a self-portrait and a cactus: the Chinese artist shares five images that are important to him

BY Chen Fei | 31 MAR 16

What should stay the same? Peace and love among the people.

01 OCT 11

Various venues, Liverpool, UK

BY Martin Herbert | 01 NOV 08

Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

BY Douglas Heingartner | 01 OCT 08