UPDATE (12/23/21): Due to rising COVID cases, the reopening on Jan. 5 has been postponed, according to a representative from The Broad.
When The Broad museum reopened in May—after being closed since March 2020 due to COVID—it returned without Yayoi Kusama’s beloved exhibit, “Infinity Mirrored Room—The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away.” But beginning January 5, 2022, visitors will be able to visit Kusama’s immersive, Instagram-worthy exhibit again.
Tickets to visit the Infinity Mirrored Room will go on sale on December 22 at 10 a.m. PST for the rest of January 2022.
The Infinity Mirrored Room, which is completely covered with mirrors and dozens of LED lights that hang from the ceiling, returns with exciting changes to make visitors’ viewing experience more enjoyable and safe.
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Initially, visitors were only given 45 seconds to stand inside the mesmerizing room, but now museum goers will be given 60 seconds. The Broad has also created a new ticketing system that allows guests to forego the waiting line for the room.
Masks will be required at all times when entering the museum and the Infinity Mirrored Room.
Kusama, who has become the highest-selling female artist in the world in recent years, also has another exhibit on display at The Broad called “Longing for Eternity,” where viewers can peer through porthole-like windows into the dazzling, LED light–filled hexagonal chamber.
For more information on how to visit the Infinity Mirrored Room, visit The Broad’s website.
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