Check out Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirror Room and other works for free

Tate Modern's Yayoi Kusama show was one of London's blockbuster exhibitions in 2023, grabbing attention in particular for the artist's Instagrammable Infinity Mirror Room. If you weren't lucky enough to get a ticket last year, there's another chance to experience the work in London this year – and this time, it's totally free. 

Islington's Victoria Miro gallery will see the debut of a brand new infinity room, as well as a new series of paintings titled “Every Day I Pray for Love”. The show runs from 25th September to 2nd November, with tickets being released on 2nd September. Tickets are free but booking ahead is essential – this show looks set to be a big hit. 

That's not the only opportunity to see Kusama's work in the city this year. Courtesy of Serpentine Galleries, Kensington Gardens will be home to a new Kusama sculpture between 9th July and 3rd November. This is the tallest bronze pumpkin sculpture the artist has ever created; it measures six metres and is another of the motifs Kusama is particularly well-known for. 

As if that wasn't enough, Liverpool Street station is going to be the home of Kusama's first piece of permanent public art in the UK. Titled “Infinite Accumulation”, it's set to be unveiled in July and centres around the artist's infamous polka dot motif.