Everybody Needs a Little Limitation: The Dotty Art of Yayoi Kusama

In 2008, a painting by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama sold at Christie’s New York for $5.8 million, one of the highest prices ever paid for a work by a living woman painter. There is some irony in this, given Kusama’s lifelong dedication to what she calls “self-obliteration,” an artistic practice close to therapy that aims […]

Look Inside Kengo Kuma’s Recently Completed Comico Art Museum

Kengo Kuma’s latest work is the Comico Art Museum. Located in Japan’s Ōita prefecture, the space for contemporary is famous for its close proximity to a hot spring resort which, in turn, has led to a local culture fostering in the town. The aim for the building was to integrate the building into its surroundings and […]