Yayoi Kusama's work is everywhere. All over the internet, your news feeds and, yep - even in Brisbane come November. The prolific Japanese artist has memorably created some of contemporary art's most immersive, mind-boggling installations, from her starry Infinity Mirror Rooms to her yellow pumpkin sculpture which famously got damaged by a man taking a selfie in March this year (an  incidence that's sadly become par for the course for any installation in 2017).

Get your selfie ready: Yayoi Kusama is opening her own museum

Voted most popular artist in the world in 2014, it's just been revealed the 87-year-old artist has been secretly working to build her own space in Tokyo. After commissioning this light-filled building below in 2014, Kusama has now revealed a five-storey museum dedicated to exhibiting her works. Located in the Shinjuku district, according to Artnet the second and third floors will exhibit Kusama's painting and sculptures, while the fourth floor will house her infinity rooms and the top floor will boast a  reading room and archive material.

Get your selfie ready: Yayoi Kusama is opening her own museum

Kept tightly under wraps, the building was constructed by architecture firm Kume Sekkei and is set to open to the public on September 1. Anyone keen for a trip to Tokyo?

Get your selfie ready: Yayoi Kusama is opening her own museum