Yayoi Kusama Infinity Rooms Show to Tour, How to Get Laid in the Art World…& More

Nan Goldin, Rise and Monty on the Lounge Chair, NYC, 1988.

Nan Goldin, Rise and Monty on the Lounge Chair, NYC, 1988.

If her book The Ballad of Sexual Dependency was in any way responsible for the rise of social media/ selfie culture, Nan Goldin wants you to know she feels terrible. (New York Times)

Marina Abramovic makes more controversial statements in her new book. (Artnet News)

“Art in a Time of Chaos: Masterworks from Six Dynasties China, 3rd – 6th Centuries,” opens September 30 at China Institute Gallery’s new space at 100 Washington Street. (press release)

The first institutional survey of Yayoi Kusama’s infinity rooms in nearly two decades will kick off at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden on February 23, 2017, and subsequently travel to Cleveland, Seattle, L.A. and Toronto. (press release)

When artists—on purpose or not—use perishable materials, should we go to extraordinary lengths to preserve the works in their current form? (The Creator’s Project)

Last, but certainly not least, How to Get Laid in the Art World, from Artnet News.