If there is one thing you do this spring it has to be visiting Yoyoi Kusma’s Infinity Mirrors exhibition at the Hirshorn Museum in Washington D.C. – I promise you don’t want to miss out on this one folks!
This exhibit, beginning today and continues until May 14, will travel across the United States across various cities until 2019 celebrating the work of Yayoi Kusama. For the first time in 65 years of Kusama’s artistic career visitors at Hirshhorn have the opportunity to enter into Kusama’s world and experience six different infinity mirror rooms. The infinity rooms consist of small spaces with walls covered in mirrors that reflect objects that create an infinite experience. In addition to the mirrored rooms there other works of art and an interactive Obliteration Room.
All The Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins
Last but not least is the interactive Obliteration Room which allows visitors to enter an all white room and provided with colorful stickers to leave their mark. This room is an ongoing art installation as it is stark white right now but will fill up with colorful dots left by visitors throughout the course of the exhibit.
-Exhibit will be in DC at the Hirshhorn Museum from Feb 23 – May 14, 2017
–Free timed passes are required to visit the Yoyoi Kusma Infinity Mirrors Exhibition
-Advanced timed passes are released every Monday at noon for the following week (currently tickets are sold out until March 6, 2017)
-A limited number of same day walk-up timed passes will be available at the Museum starting at 10am, individuals can line up as early as 9:30am
-You can become a member of Hirshhorn Museum for as low as $50 and you and a guest can bypass the general admission line to see the exhibit
-The Museum is open daily from 10am-5:30pm
–Dolcezza will be running a pop-up coffee and gelato bar during the exhibit ‘s run in the Sculpture Garden
-Visitors are allowed 20 seconds in each infinity room to allow ample time for all visitors to experience the infinity rooms
“Our earth is only one polka dot among a million starts in the cosmos.” – Yoyoi Kusama, 1968