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Yayoi Kusama lights up the High Museum of Art with new exhibit

Infinity Mirrors Exhibit (Photo by Cassidy S for Steed Media Group)

If you’re an art lover and have been on Instagram in the past couple of years, it’s very likely that you’ve seen a glimpse of Infinity Mirrors. It’s hard to miss the colorful and quirky snapshots from the exhibit that flooded many Instagram timelines. Infinity Mirrors showcases the work of Yayoi Kusama, an 89-year old Japanese artist. The show has been a crowdpleaser since it debuted at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., in 2017. The exhibit embarked on a North American tour stopping at the Seattle Art Museum, The Broad in Los Angeles, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the Cleveland Museum of Art.

The last stop on the tour is in Atlanta at the High Museum of Art. The collection takes visitors on an immersive experience through six reflective rooms, sculptures, and paintings. Some of the must-see rooms of the exhibit include “All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins,” “The Obliteration Room” and “The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away.”

Infinity Mirrors Exhibit (Photo by Cassidy S for Steed Media Group)

Atlantans will be able to experience the exhibit from Nov. 18, 2018 – Feb. 17, 2019. Advance tickets have already sold out, but there is still an opportunity to visit. There will be 100 tickets available onsite each day beginning on Nov. 18 through the final date in February.

This is a family-friendly exhibit that is perfect for people of all ages. To find out more information about the exhibit and to purchase tickets, head over to the High Museum of Art website,