The Japanese artist known as Yayoi Kusama is back in the news feed. Soon she will be back to the Tate Modern as well! The artist will bring her world-renowned Infinity Mirror Rooms to the gallery for the institution’s program for the new year. Infinity Mirror Rooms were inspired by her earliest dot paintings.
The upcoming installation will be her largest Infinity Mirror Rooms yet. The stunning rooms are brought to life from her early paintings, which she called Infinity Nets. The rooms include three-dimensional forms that come from mirrored glass that contained hundreds of neon-colored balls.
Kusama aims to transport guests into her hallucinations, offering a unique experience in the process. The Filled with the Brilliance of Life installation will soon take over the Tate. The museum describes it as one of her largest installations to date, created for her 2012 retrospective at the institution.
The Infinity Mirror Rooms will go on view at Tate Modern on March 29th and will run until March 27th, 2022. Find out more about the exhibition now at Tate Modern and stay tuned with The Culture Curators for more art and art news coming soon.
Photo via David Zwirner, New York. © Yayoi Kusama