One Of The Most Instagram-Worthy Spots in LA Is About To Get 10 Times Better

Japanese artist and writer, Yayoi Kusama, had a breakthrough in 1965 when she used mirrors to transform the intense repetition of her earlier work into a perceptual experience. Since then, the artist has created more than twenty individual, and distinct, infinity mirror rooms. Unsurprisingly, these works of art have become popular with tourists, celebs and individuals looking for the perfect shot for Instagram.

Her latest travelling exhibition – Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors – premiered at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, where it had an insane demand for tickets and resulted in incredibly long lines and people rushing to take selfies in the 20-30 seconds they had in each room.

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors will include six rooms as well as over 60 paintings, sculpture and works from the 87-year-old.

Now, it is The Broad museum’s turn to host the exhibition.


The museums current ‘infinity mirrored room’ will remain on view for free through September 30, after that it will become part of the paid exhibition. Once the exhibition is over the ‘infinity mirrored room’ will once again be included in the free admission.

After all, this addition to the museum would be sorely missed by the hoards of tourists and instagrammer eager for the perfect infinity mirrored room shot.


Tickets for the exhibitions run in L.A go on sale Friday, September 1 at noon (L.A time). If you miss out, maybe plan your trip to L.A post-exhibition and reserve your visit to The Broad so you can at least visit the celeb-loved, instagram-worthy infinity mirrored room.