Tickets for Popular 'Infinity Mirrors' Exhibit Go on Sale Monday

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Following the trend of excessively long online wait times to access cultural experiences, which will undoubtedly saturate your social media feeds in a few months, tickets for Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors' Cleveland show go on sale Monday.

Infinity Mirrors, which has been installed in museums across the country, makes its way to the Cleveland Museum of Art, where it will remain from July 7 to Sept. 30. Tickets for CMA Members are currently available, while reservations for the general public begin Monday.



If you're planning on grabbing a couple tickets on Monday, there a few details to keep in mind.

-Tickets will only be sold online and over the phone starting at 9 a.m. until they're sold out. Don't show up to the museum in person or you might miss your chance.



-There's a limit of four tickets per customer. They are $30 for adults and $15 for children ages 6-17.

-Tickets are timed, meaning they will only ensure your entry into the exhibit at a specific date and time, so have your Google Calendar open to avoid any scheduling conflicts.

-All is not lost if you miss out on Monday's ticket drop, there will be a limited number of tickets available weekly throughout the exhibit's run.

The exhibit has become something of a sensation in the modern art world thanks to the immersive nature of Kusama's work, making the mirrorscapes particularly ubiquitous on Instagram. Because of its popularity, visitors are limited to 20-30 seconds per room, calling for paparazzi-like precision to capture the perfect #infinityroom selfie.


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