Last month I had the opportunity to check out Yayio Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the Hirshhorn here in DC. It’s this year’s version of the 2016 Renwick exhibit phenomenon that blew up all over Instagram.
I visited in the morning before the museum opened and, since there were few people there at that time, I was lucky to experience each room on my own. Since you only get thirty seconds for each installation, every moment counts, and while I know some think that being present without a camera is ideal for Infinity Mirrors, I decided that, for me, capturing the works as I saw them was integral to my experience. The exhibit has been packed since it opened — the one day I tried to go back was a complete fail — but it’s up through this weekend. Here are images from my visit.