After the massive success of this year’s Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience here in Seattle and in cities across the globe, Exhibition Hub and Fever are bringing the visual magic back with a spellbinding exhibit highlighting legendary artists like Claude Monet, Gustav Klimt or René Magritte!
Just like at Van Gogh, you’ll be able to see the works of the renowned artists come to life around you in stunningly detailed 360-degree digital projections. You’ll also get to learn about the artist’s life, from their biggest inspirations to insights into their process, to viewing their most revealing quotes on a large scale. And after seeing what a wonderful widespread impact Van Gogh: the Immersive Experience has had globally, the producers of that experience will similarly be taking this new one on a U.S. tour — potentially starting right here in Seattle — and we can’t wait! Who would you prefer to see take over the city?
The multisensory journey through these famous bodies of work brings every stunning detail to life like never before.
Artwork from the iconic painters will come to life in this digital spectacle that will illuminate and transform the physical space into a fully immersive exhibit. You’ll see the chosen artist’s work take over the walls and completely encompass your surroundings.
And, much like the Van Gogh experience sweeping the U.S. this year, there will also be a high-tech immersive VR element where you can get to know the artists’ works from a completely new lens!
The experience will use technology to recreate animated displays of the masterpieces, completely immersing you in the paintings themselves, as though you’ve stepped directly into one of the iconic works.
Like Austrian Symbolist painter Gustav Klimt’s most famous paintings, from Apple Tree Ito The Tree of Lifeto Water Serpents II. One of the signature members of the Vienna Art Nouveau (Vienna Secession) movement, he was especially known for his lavish and colorful works portraying the female body.
Of course, Monet’s Water Lilies speaks for itself, as the famous French artist created incredible paintings of moments in nature and sprawling landscapes. As one of the founders of the Impressionism movement, he had a careful eye for capturing variations in color or light caused by daily or seasonal changes, which you can see up-close and personal in this exhibit.
And Magritte, the famed Belgian surrealist artist, will take you into another dimension with his abstract and thought-provoking pieces. See the mystery of his work come to life around you, like The Son of Manor Golconda.