A Free Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirror Room Exhibition Is Coming to London

The Japanese artist is returning to Victoria Miro

If you missed out on Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Room exhibition at Tate Modern, which closed in April after an extended run, then we’ve got some good news. She’s bringing another one to London this autumn and it’ll be FREE to attend. Kusama is returning to the Victoria Miro gallery in Islington this September, somewhere she’s exhibited several times, most recently with her signature bronze pumpkins and polka dot paintings in 2021. It’s also the gallery that hosted a free mirror room show in 2016, which resulted in massive queues.

This exhibition will feature a brand new Infinity Mirror Room installation, plus a series of paintings called ‘Everyday I Pray For Love’. It’ll be ticketed, so hopefully there won’t be repeat of those queues, and they’ll be going live at the start of September. And if you can’t wait that long for your Kusama fix, her tallest ever bronze pumpkin sculpture will be standing in Kensington Gardens from July, and her first permanent public artwork in the UK, Infinite Accumulation, will be installed outside Liverpool Street station in July too.

Weds 25th September – Sat 2nd November 2024
16 Wharf Rd, London N1 7RW