The much-anticipated Infinity Mirrors exhibit by Yayoi Kusama opened its doors this past weekend at The Broad in Los Angeles. Thousands of people almost shut down the museum’s website last month trying to claim one of the50,000 tickets available. Not surprisingly, it sold out in 30 minutes. If you didn’t score passes and are dying to get some selfies in Infinity Mirrors, a limited number of same-day standby tickets for $30 will be available each day on a first-come, first-served basis at The Broad. To keep some sense of order and to prevent people from spending all damn day trying to find the perfect picture angle, there is a 30 second time limit in each of the  Infinity Mirrors rooms. For the rest of us who can’t get in, the Los Angeles Times created a cool 360-degree video detailing the exhibit. Check it out below.


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Rex Pham

Originally from the Bay Area, who then moved to Los Angeles, then out to New York City. NYU Stern MBA c/o 2014. Inspired by the grind of NYC to create something that has value. Lover of all things digital, culture, and brand strategy.