“Our Earth is only one polka dot among a million stars in the cosmos.” – Yayoi Kusama
You may have been mesmerized by her work, and not even known it was her. Or you’re very well aware of Kasuma, and have been anxiously waiting for this exhibition to arrive. Either way, the 89-year-old artist’s work is about to take Atlanta by storm.
The HIGHLY anticipated “Infinity Mirrors” exhibit, by world renown artist Yayoi Kusama, has officially opened at the High Museum of Art. As someone who has already visited, I can confidently say that it is truly an out of body experience. “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors” provides visitors with the unique opportunity to experience six of the artist’s Infinity Mirror Rooms and more than 60 sculptures, paintings, works on paper, archival photographs and films from the early 1950s through the present.
The High Museum of Art has the honor of being the final venue on the North American tour. So, naturally you could guess that advanced tickets have been sold out since September. HOWEVER, you still may have a chance to visit this once in a lifetime exhibit. The exhibition will run at the High Museum of Art until February 17,2019. So you have plenty of time to make the voyage. 100 tickets are being sold on-site daily on a first-come, first-serve basis. Once those 100 have been sold, you will not be able to enter into Infinity Mirrors. You can either try again or enjoy the rest of the High Museum (which isn’t a bad constellation prize). I will most certainly be going again!
For all the info about walk up tickets, check BELOW!
Here’s How To Get Tickets:
- Onsite ticket sales will begin one hour before the Museum opens
- Tickets are valid on the date of purchase only
- Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis
- Maximum of two tickets per person
- Available ticket times vary by date