Everyone is talking about Yayoi Kusama’s amazing exhibition – ‘All the Eternal Love I Have for Pumpkins’ at the Victoria Miro gallery in London. 

It features three infinity mirror rooms – two are inside and only the size of cupboards, but feel so much bigger because of light from a rotating chandelier in one, yellow pumpkins in another, and all the mirror-lined walls. There’s also another outside in a waterside garden filled with natural light which you walk through.

The queues stretch up the road and some people we spoke to when we walk past had been waiting patiently for two hours! But it sounds worth it: The Telegraph describes the exhibition as reverberating ‘with a powerful and positive energy that can work its magic on all of us, as well as the artist herself…’ 

The show is on until 30 July. 

Psst. More unusual art installations: The abandoned California beach house and this one made entirely of flowers


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