Approach the strange-looking mirrored hexagonal block, peek through the small window… and it’s like looking into a psychedelic Tardis.

The scene - a thousand tiny, diamond-like mirrors that seem to go on forever - is actually a dazzling artwork by Yayoi Kusama.

And the famous piece, ‘Infinity Mirror Room - Love Forever’, has now gone up for sale for £350,000 by Christie’s London.

It is being auctioned next Friday, along with two other impressive works by the eccentric Japanese artist.

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