Here's an Inside Look at Yayoi Kusama's 'Infinity Mirror Rooms' Exhibit at Tate Modern
The immersive show will debut a brand new “peep-in” sculpture from the artist.
Back in January, London‘s Tate Modern announced that it would host Yayoi Kusama‘ biggest Infinity Mirror Rooms installation. Now, the gallery is set to open its latest exhibition dedicated to the Japanese artist.
The show features two of Kusama’s signature mirror room installations. The Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life piece, originally created in 2012 for the creative’s retrospective at Tate, is comprised of endless walls with a shallow pool of water that create an infinite constellation of lights. The work is displayed alongside Chandelier of Grief, which showcases a series of hanging chandeliers.
In addition to the mirrored rooms, visitors will be able to witness Kusama’s brand new sculpture titled The Universe as Seen from the Stairway to Heaven. The “peep-in” structure arrives with the artist’s iconic polka dots that reference her 1966 work Kusama’s Peep Show or Endless Love Show.
Take an inside look at the exhibition above. Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms will be on display from May 18 to June 12, 2022. Head to Tate Modern’s website for more information.
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