Yayoi Kusama

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Various venues, Seto Inland Sea, Japan

By Edward Ball

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

By Chen Fei
Yayoi Kusama Horse Play  in Woodstock, a happening, 1967

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

Various venues, Liverpool, UK

By Martin Herbert