The Broad Pt. 2




Another trip to The Broad.

I arrived at 8:30 a.m. and waited for the museum to open at 10:00 a.m.

If you can’t get tickets and are looking to pay The Broad a visit, I recommend going on a weekday and as early as possible to beat the heaviness of the stand-by line.

The largest amount of people in the stand-by lineĀ are given admission during mornings.

If you are specifically there to see the “The Infinity Room”, this recommendation is definitely for you because not only will you have to stand in line to get in the museum, but you also need to stand in line to reserve a time slot to see the installation. The reservations for room get ridiculously booked by noon and they stop taking reservations by 1 or 2 p.m.

Point is, just get there early.

Was able to see “The Infinity Room” by Yayoi Kusama.

The Infinity Room
Yayoi Kusama

Installation has been extended from April/May to October 2nd. There’s still plenty of time to go see this beautiful piece of work! It is definitely worth the wait. It’s an astonishing piece of work by Kusama.

It. Was. Beautiful.

I had one single moment. Five seconds to snap a photo. Forty seconds to take it all in. And, it was definitely more than I had imagined it to be. It was in every aspect serene. I felt as if I was floating in the universe amidst a galaxy of starts. I was so moved by it all.

On this second visit, I did a lot of talking with curators with the art work. Learned plenty of things – some art history and background on the museum. I am definitely making sure not to make this my last visit before they add new installations for the collection that is out now is lovely. But, I can’t wait to see what else The Broad will offer in the future!

If you haven’t already, pay this museum a visit!

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