ATLANTA, GA (CBS46) The latest exhibit at the High Museum of Art is drawing crowds from all over, and despite advance tickets being sold out, hundreds line up everyday in hopes of getting one of 100 tickets sold daily.

Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrors exhibit has caught the eye of social media influencers, designers and art appreciators since its debut on November 18.

Kusama, a renowned Japanese artist, is known for her iconic kaleidoscopic environments. Her exhibit spans the entire second floor of the High's Wieland Pavillion. Visitors will experience more than 60 years of of Kusama's work.

"Kusama's Infinity Mirror Rooms open onto places within the imagination that are beautiful and transcendent. Like sensory deprivation chambers, they leave the viewer grappling to reconcile the totality of the cosmos with a sense of microcosmic infinity within the body," said Michael Rooks, the High's Wieland Family curator of modern contemporary art.

Tickets go on sale Feb. 5 for final week of “Yayoi Kusuma: Infinity Mirrors” at the High Museum of Art.

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