The Broad Museum: Infinity Mirrors

One of the biggest perks about living in LA is getting to see all the traveling exhibits. From the Ice Cream Museum to 29 Rooms, there are so many fun and Instagrammable exhibits to see.  I was lucky enough to stumble upon tickets to the Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors at the Broad Museum and I was BLOWN away! 

The tour is a walk through exhibit with little rooms that have different types of infinity mirrors in them.  There is also a ton of Yayoi Kusama’s art from the 60’s, news clippings from her controversial pieces and even her US Citizen letter.  If you haven’t read about her story you should check it out here.   She’s so amazing she now has her own museum in Tokyo. It’s definitely a must see if you’re making the trip to Tokyo anytime soon!

Her art has a very pop art vibe with hints of feminism and sexuality thrown into it.  Honestly it was one of the happiest exhibits to walk through.  There was so much color and fun unique pieces to look at.  Tickets are currently sold out for this exhibit BUT they do have a day of option:

A limited number of same-day standby tickets will be available each day on a first-come, first-served basis. Standby tickets will be $30 for adults.

I say its a must attend!  It won’t be in LA for that much longer as it ends January 1st.

P.S. The pumpkin room was my FAVORITE but you aren’t allowed to take phones in there.  Someone tripped over a pumpkin and broke one while taking a selfie.  One person ruined it for the rest of us. 🙂

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TAKE A SNEAK PEEK INTO THE EXHIBIT:

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Infinity Room: Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity
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Infinity Room: Phalii’s Field
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Infinity Room: Love Transformed into Dots

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Infinity Room: The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away

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Art always gets my creative mind going.  Comment below and let us know what helps your creativity and productivity.

xo,

Ashley

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