By now you probably all know about Yayoi Kusama and her incredibly impressive exhibit, Infinity Mirrors which is on display at the AGO right now. Her world famous art exhibit allows viewers to enter into rooms filled with mirrors displaying a seemingly infinite amount of various objects like pumpkins, lanterns and stars!
While many know about her impressive exhibit, a lot of people don't know about her interesting and turbulent past. The TIFF is premiering a movie about all the triumphs and trials in her life in a gripping true story.
Kusama-Infinity will be premiering at the TIFF Bell Lightbox Theatre on Friday May 11th and will be playing until May 17th. The movie will portray the true story of this talented artist's life and will also give viewers a gripping story to follow.
The movie will follow her competition with Andy Warhol in the 60s, her battle against sexism and racism in America, and her hallucinations of polka dots which landed her in a Tokyo mental institution for over 30 years.
If you didn't get a chance to visit her exhibit in person or if did and you want to learn more about her back story, this movie is a must-see!
Tickets are on-sale now on the TIFF website and will cost $14 for an adult and $11.50 for students.