London’s Tate Modern, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its opening, has announced a series of new and important exhibitions from May 20th for about a year, including without doubt that of Yayoi Kusama and two of her famous Infinity Room.
The museum located in the Bankside area, until 30 years before it was a power plant, today it is one of the most visited modern art complexes in the world and is estimated to have about 4 and a half million visitors every year.
The two Infinity Rooms by Yayoi Kusama on display are “Infinity Mirrored Room” and “Filled With the Brilliance of Life“, one of the artist’s biggest and most famous installations.
A work of art designed to look like an infinite universe of rotating crystal chandeliers. In addition to the two Infinity Room, the exhibition will also include photographs and films from Kusama’s studio of his early works.
But the anniversary celebrations do not stop there, there will also be a series of 20 new images, showing the links between artists from different places and eras.
Among the many novelties, there will also be a sculpture by Louise Bourgeois’ Maman, which was the first work seen by visitors when they arrived at the opening of the Tate Modern in 2000.