Yayoi Kusama Gallery – Special Visitation Rules
As of July 16, 2023, you will get to visit Inhotim’s twentieth permanent gallery, dedicated to Yayoi Kusama. The Yayoi Kusama gallery permanently exhibits the works I’m Here, But Nothing (2000) and Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity (2009).
The Yayoi Kusama gallery will operate with special visitation rules, due to the limited capacity of the works. Here you find the visitation rules.
Gallery Operation ↓
Gallery Access ↓
Access to the Gallery’s garden is free.
Priority access to the halls with the works are given to:
Seniors aged 60 and over;
People using crutches, canes or wheelchairs (and a companion);
Guardians with children aged 2 and over.
Tickets must be obtained in advance for all the categories mentioned above.
The works are suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by a guardian.
Friends of Inhotim have priority entry.
Visit to the work "Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity" (2009) ↓
In this work, the visit is made individually. The maximum allowed time inside the room is 1 (one) minute.
Up to 30 people will be allowed per hour of visitation, totaling 180 visitors on weekdays and 210 visitors on weekends and holidays.
Tickets distribution will occur via passwords at the Gallery in order of arrival, by 30-minute ranges – that is, from 10:00 am to 10:30 am; from 10:30 am to 11:00 am; and so on.
After obtaining your password:
1_ Show up for the visit at least 5 minutes before the time indicated on the ticket;
2_ The ticket will only be valid for entry at the indicated time.
3_ If the visitor wishes, the work can accommodate up to three people simultaneously. It is up to the visitor to decide whether to enter in pairs or trios. All persons must have the password; and the visit time remains the same, totaling one minute.
Visit to the work "I'm Here, But Nothing" (2009) ↓
In this work, the visit can occur in groups of 8 people, who remain in the room for a period of one to three minutes.
It is not necessary to obtain passwords to visit this work. The visit is subject to operation hours. Standing in line does not guarantee access.
The queues for each of the works are independent.