Yayoi Kusama To Bring Her Biggest 'Infinity Mirror Rooms' Exhibition to London
An immersive space signature to the Japanese artist.
Having released collaborative champagne bottles with Veuve Clicquot last year, Yayoi Kusama is now set to display her largest Infinity Mirror Rooms exhibit at London‘s Tate Modern. The iconic installation work was previously shown at the museum as part of its 20th anniversary celebration.
Featuring two mirrored rooms, the art space provides an immersive experience for viewers. Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life is Kusama’s biggest installation ever, which was originally built for her 2012 retrospective at Tate. The piece will be displayed along with Chandelier of Grief, a smaller presentation filled with rotating crystal chandeliers.
A series signature to the Japanese creative, the Infinity Mirror Rooms take inspiration from Kusama’s polka dot paintings. The artist began building mirrored rooms to bring the two-dimensional works to reality for a perceptual experience.
Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms will be on display from March 29, 2021 to March 27, 2022. Tickets are priced at £10 GBP (approximately $14 USD) each for non-members.
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