To celebrate their 20th anniversary, the Tate Modern London, are set to reveal a collection of iconic displays and famous artwork exhibitions.
The new anniversary additions to the iconic museum will feature year-long installations, two of which will be the world renowned Infinity Rooms by Japanese contemporary artist, Yajoi Kusama.
The stunning Infinity Room installations immerse visitors into mirrored set-ups that make it seem like they are in a never-ending space of reflections.
The two exhibitions by Kusama will be the Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life, one of her largest installations to date, and the Chandelier of Grief, a room which creates the illusion of a boundless universe of rotating crystal chandeliers.
In addition to the pair of infinite spaces, a small presentation of photographs – some being displayed for the first time – will provide historical context for the global phenomenon that Kusama’s mirrored rooms have become around the globe.
The Tate will also be exhibiting displays from new and upcoming contemporary artists, alongside other famous artist installations.
The 20th anniversary Yajoi Kusama Tate Modern exhibition will be open from 11 May, with visitors able to experience the installations throughout the year. Tate Modern members will enjoy free entry.
For more information on the Yajoi Kusama Tate Modern Anniversary collection visit the Tate Modern online.