New to the DMA Collection, Yayoi Kusama: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins (2016) is one of artist Yayoi Kusama’s signature Infinity Mirror Rooms. This installation is the first mirror pumpkin room created by Kusama since 1991, and the only Infinity Mirror Room of its kind in a North American collection. Yayoi Kusama: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins focuses the reflective chamber on a series of acrylic yellow gourds covered in black polka dots, one of Kusama’s frequently used symbols. Visitors will step inside the mirrored space and fully immerse themselves in Kusama’s creation, becoming part of the art.
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Yayoi Kusama: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins will require a $16 special exhibition ticket with discounts for seniors, students, and military. DMA Members and children 11 and under are free.
All visitors and DMA Members will require a timed ticket and are encouraged to reserve their tickets online. Tickets will be released on the third Monday of every month for the upcoming month.
$16 with discounts for seniors, students, and military.
Children 11 and under are free; however, an online reservation with a timed ticket is required.
Each child 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult into the installation. The adult will need to purchase an additional ticket to enter the exhibition with each child.The installation is designed to hold only two visitors at a time
KUSAMA: OFF HOURS
Whether you are looking to host an intimate dinner for 10 or an out-of-the box cocktail party for 200, let the DMA help you craft an unforgettable event around Yayoi Kusama: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins. Enjoy thematic menus and exclusive access with a KUSAMA: OFF HOURS event.
Yayoi Kusama: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins is made possible by the TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art Fund and The Rachofsky Collection.
images: Yayoi Kusama, All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins, 2016, wood, mirror, plastic, acrylic, LED, Courtesy Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo / Singapore and Victoria Miro, London © Yayoi Kusama