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PHOTOS: ‘Infinity Mirrors’ Dazzles at the Hirshhorn

"Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors" is now open at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. This much-anticipated exhibition, complete with dazzling lights, mirrors, polka dots and pumpkins, is bringing in large crowds.

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"Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors" has six of the artist's famous mirrored rooms on display. This is the largest collection of the Kusama's rooms to ever be displayed together. This mirrored room, "Souls of Millions of Light Years Away," has multicolored lights that flicker on and off in the dark.
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These mirrored spaces create mind-bending photo opportunities.
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Viewers can gaze into this room from the outside, through a small window. This particular structure, "Infinity Mirror Room -- Love Forever" is a recreation of Kusama's 1966 "Kusama's Peep Show." It features multicolored flashing lights.
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"Infinity Mirror Room -- Phalli's Field" is the first room in the exhibit.
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"Dots Obsession -- Love Transformed into Dots" is a dome-shaped mirror room with a pink, polka-dotted exterior!
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Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist and author who rose to fame in the 1960s.
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Kusama is known for her love for polka dots.
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This room, the "Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity," will mesmerize you with its golden flickering lights.
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"The Obliteration Room" is a recreation of a traditional living room space. One thing, though: Visitors can place multi-colored stickers anywhere they would like within the room.
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Be sure to get your stickers at the exhibit's entrance!
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You step into a field of yellow polka-dotted pumpkins in this room.
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A collection of paintings and sculptures will also be on display in this exhibit, alongside the "Infinity Mirrors."
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Kusama's "Pumpkin" statue is on display outside the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Pumpkins and polka dots are common themes in Kusama's work.
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