For the first time, Narcissus Garden by Yayoi Kusama will be displayed at the Museum of Sydney from Saturday 20 February to 18 April.
In Narcissus Garden by Yayoi Kusama, one of the most significant artists of the 20th century, mirrored balls reflect each other and their onlookers, creating an infinitely recurring web in which the surrounding visible world is trapped and perpetuated. Evoking the mythological figure of Narcissus, this work allows viewers to see themselves and the world around them.
This year, as we explore Reflections on identity this work at the Museum of Sydney, on the site of first Government house opens up new meanings for all of us to reflect on ourselves and our place in history.
Find out more slm.is/narcissusgarden
On arrival you will be asked to check in using the Service NSW COVID Safe QR code. If you do not have the Service NSW app, you can download it for free below, to save time when you arrive. For customers without a smart phone we will record your details on another device.
To manage capacity within the museum, visitors are encouraged to pre-purchase tickets online before their visit.
Please read our important COVID-19 conditions of entry before booking your tickets.