Planning to see the Infinity Mirrors exhibit in Toronto?
The Art Gallery of Ontario had a temporary exhibition featuring some of Yayoi Kusama’s works, including her famous Infinity Mirrors exhibits.
I’ll be featuring some of the most exciting parts of the exhibit, although they’re no longer on display!
The AGO has since purchased a permanent exhibit from Yayoi Kusama, the Infinity Mirror Room – Let’s Survive Forever, 2017.
So, at least you can still see a little piece of Kusama.
Here’s a look at some of Yayoi Kusama’s works previously on display at the AGO!
Tips for visiting Infinity Mirrors in Toronto
How much are tickets to Infinity Mirrors?
Entrance to the Infinity Mirrors exhibit is included in your ticket to the AGO.
Adult admission is $25 per person, but you can also get the AGO Annual Pass for $35!
Tickets are free for anyone 25 and under, and entrance is free for everyone on Wednesday evenings.
What’s on display at Infinity Mirrors in Toronto?
While the full Yayoi Kusama exhibition is no longer on display, the AGO purchased one of her works for their permanent collection.
The permanent exhibit is the Infinity Mirror Room – Let’s Survive Forever, 2017!
How long can I spend in Infinity Mirrors?
Unfortunately, you can only spend 30 seconds in the room before the attendant opens the door for the next person.
You also have to register for a time slot ahead of time, but you shouldn’t have a problem registering for a time right away if you come early enough on a weekday.
Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors exhibition
Phalli’s Field, 1965/2016
We had an attendant watching over us in the room, and I don’t blame the AGO for doing that.
I’m sure people would touch these things if they were able to!
Infinity Mirrored Room – Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity, 2009
Dots Obsession – Love Transformed into Dots, 2007
Infinity Mirrored Room – The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away, 2013
The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away is probably my favourite out of all of Kusama’s works.
It’s so dreamy to experience – photos don’t do it justice!
You truly have to be immersed in the exhibit to experience it.
Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirror Room – Let’s Survive Forever, 2017
Let’s Survive Forever is the only permanent Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the AGO.
It’s still an awesome one, and worth a visit every time you come!
Grab a quick selfie (you only have 30 seconds) and go off on your merry way to explore the rest of the AGO.
Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors works are incredible to see in person.
Have you had a chance to see the Infinity Mirrors exhibit in Toronto yet? I’d love to know in the comments!
For more information on Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors exhibition in Toronto, please visit the AGO’s website.