A Massive Yayoi Kusama Show—With a New Infinity Room—Is Expected to Flood David Zwirner’s Chelsea Gallery With 100,000 Visitors This Fall By Sarah Cascone , Oct 11, 2019 Art World
The other, Infinity Dots Mirrored Room, is mirrored as well, with a floor covered in multi-coloured polka dots.

A woman enters the The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away room during a preview of the Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum Feb. 21, 2017, in Washington, DC. Pittsburgh. (If tickets are available) Call Us 866-459-9233 - Whether you want to learn more about the upcoming Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors tour schedule 2020 and Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors tour dates 2020 or book your Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors events tickets, our representatives are here to assist you. Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors, the most significant North American tour of Kusama’s work in nearly two decades, continues at The Cleveland Museum of Art (7 July–30 September 2018); the exhibition will subsequently tour to The High Museum of Art, Atlanta (18 November 2018–17 February 2019). The Broad’s first visiting special exhibition, Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors is the first institutional survey to explore the celebrated Japanese artist’s immersive Infinity Mirror Rooms.This exhibition will embark on the most significant North American tour of her work in nearly two decades, and The Broad will be the only California museum to host the exhibition. One is enclosed by mirrors and has red polka dots covering the floor and two gray-haired mannequins. Her "Infinity" rooms, which use mirrors and light in jaw-dropping ways, are currently on display at the AGO. A new exhibition, ZERO IS INFINITY, ZERO and Yayoi Kusama, opens at the Yayoi Kusama Museum The first group exhibition at the Yayoi Kusama Museum (5 March–31 May 2020) focuses on Kusama's activity in Europe during the 1960s and introduces the work of the artist network ZERO, first initiated by Heinz Mack and Otto Piene in Düsseldorf in 1958. Why the new Yayoi Kusama exhibition in Paris is a must see par Manon Garrigues 27 mars 2019 Yayoi Kusama’s dizzying work in now on display at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, a hallucinatory, immersive experience characteristic of the Japanese artist who describes her life as “a pea lost among thousands of other peas.” Steel City’s Mattress Factory contemporary art museum has two Kusama rooms in its permanent collection.
Wed, Mar 7: Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, 88, is creating a lot of buzz in Toronto.