Infinity Mirrors is a temporary exhibit (until May 14th) at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. This post is a series of photos which accompanies an in depth review which you can find, here.
You’ll start to notice these dots as soon as you exit the metro nearest the Hirshhorn, they’re a hallmark of Kusama’s work.
A selection of materials available in the gift shop in front of Orchids- A Moment.
The exhibit uses the entire second floor of the museum, the lower floor and third level are still open to those who don’t have tickets to see Infinity Mirrors.
Prepare to have your ticket scanned!
Violet Obsession, 1994, a rowboat covered in purple phallic objects.
Infinity Nets Yellow, 1960, oil on canvas in the background of A Snake, 1974.
From left to right; Blue Spots (1965), Flowers-Overcoat (1964), Ennui (1976), Red Stripes (1965), Arm Chair (1963) and Accumulation (1962-64).
Close up of Blue Spots (1965).
Infinity Mirror Room- Phalli’s Field (Floor Show) 1965/2016.
A close up of the polka dot covered phalli.
A photographer snaps a picture of Infinity Mirrored Room – Love Forever (1966/94).
A selfie in Love Forever.
A woman gazes into Love Forever.
The unassuming entrance into Infinity Mirrored Room- The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away (2013).
Another selfie, sorry not sorry.
A close up of the lights.
A security guard peeks into Dots Obsession- Love Transformed into Dots (2007).
And here’s what she was peering into.
A collection of sculptures and paintings are visible from the lines to two infinity mirrored rooms on the opposite side of the room.
A collection of paintings and statues.
Life (Repetitive Version) 1998.
Infinity Mirrored Room- Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity (2009).
Close up of a lantern.
Infinity Mirrored Room- All the Eternal Love I Have for All the Pumpkins (2016).
One of the many pumpkin statues.
A lone sticker in The Obliteration Room.
A man takes a picture of The Obliteration Room which will become more and more colorful as the exhibit continues, guests are given stickers to place around the room.
And did I mention the Dolcezza pop-up? It can be found outside in the courtyard.
If you’d like to know more about this exhibit, read my full review complete with some helpful tips, here.
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