This hugely popular immersive exhibition may have been running since May 2021, but getting your hands on a ticket is still proving tricky, with the latest batches selling out almost as soon as they’re released – hence the need to keep extending the exhibition’s run, which is now booking until the end of August. Yayoi Kusama’s Instagram-famous Infinity Mirror Rooms are known the world over, and this takeover at the Tate Modern features two of her most spectacular installations.
The first, Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled With The Brilliance of Life, features a walkway of mirrored tiles, with thousands of tiny LED lights twinkling from the ceiling and reflected in a seemingly endless cascade of mirrors. Alongside that sits Chandelier of Grief, which features a rotating chandelier of Swarovski crystals. Do whatever you can to nab yourself a ticket – this is one multi-sensory experience not to be missed.