AGO Extends Hours to Midnight So You Can See ‘Infinity Mirrors’

Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Infinity Mirrors‘ exhibit at the Art Gallery of Toronto might be the hottest ticket in the city since the ’92 world series.

Seriously, people waited like 24 hours in a virtual line to book their spot.

With 24 days left in the exhibition, advance tickets are now fully sold out. Now, your only hope for an Instagram upload worth a damn is the daily rush ticket line. What that means is, you have to go down to the AGO and purchase tickets in person. And yes, probably stand in a huge line.

But lest you worry, because the Gallery is on your side. To fulfill demand, the AGO will be open until midnight on May 17, 18, 19 and May 24, 25, and 26.

And in case you’re wondering, yes, it is absolutely worth it. The AGO is the only Canadian stop for the acclaimed ‘Infinity Mirrors‘ exhibition, and it looks like this:

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A few things to keep in mind: There is a limit of two tickets per person at the daily rush line. Tickets are $30 (for adults). A very limited number of same-day timed tickets are released at the AGO each day at 10:00 am.

Now get out there and see some art.