For all of the “I like art types” here’s everything you need to know about artist Yayoi Kusama’s highly anticipated Infinity Mirrors Exhibit coming to the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden this February.
When I saw the pictures from the Infinity Room on view at The Broad in LA I was mesmerized. I knew this was something I wanted to experience in person but with up to 5 hour wait times for less than 1 minute inside the actual exhibit I was discouraged.
About Infinity Mirror Rooms
Over the course of her career, Yayoi Kusama has produced more than 20 distinct Infinity Mirror Rooms. The Hirshhorn’s exhibit will be the first to present 6 of the rooms, the most ever shown together. The show will highlight the artist’s central themes, such as the celebration life and its aftermath, and aims to reveal the significance of these installations amidst today’s renewed interest in experiential practices and virtual spaces.
When does the exhibit open
Infinity Mirrors will open for viewing February 23–May 14, 2017. The exhibit will be open daily from 10 am–5:30 pm and free with a timed entry pass.
How To Get Timed Passes
Starting in February advanced timed passes will be available through this website. A limited number passes will be available at the museum on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors are limited to 4 passes per person. Each pass has a unique code that can only be used once. Once issued, the date and time of the passes cannot be changed or cancelled online.
Not in DC? No worries. The exhibit will be traveling to:
Seattle Art Museum (June 30–Sept 10, 2017)
The Broad Los Angeles (Oct 21, 2017–Jan 10, 2018)
Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto, March 3–May 27, 2018)
Cleveland Museum of Art (July 9–Sept 30, 2018)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Independence Avenue at 7th Street SW Washington, DC 20560