Exhibition Hub, the company that brought highly successful, immersive Van Gogh exhibits to cities like NYC, Atlanta, and Boston, has just announced a brand-new experience that’s coming to Miami!
This time, they will present the work of legendary Austrian Symbolist painter Gustav Klimt. Klimt: The Immersive Experience is a 360-degree digital spectacle that transforms the space into a mesmerizing, harmonious display of sight and sound. Watch a carefully coordinated blend of images transform before your eyes, thanks to dozens of state-of-the-art projectors.
Exhibition Hub has presented other iterations of this dramatic exhibit to great success across the US and the rest of the world, and we can’t wait for it to come to Miami in February 2022. Like Miami’s dazzling Van Gogh exhibition, Klimt: The Immersive Experience will be taking place at the Olympia Theatre in the heart of Downtown Miami.
Watch hundreds of Klimt’s most famous paintings come to life with digital brushstrokes, which dance across the walls, ceiling, and floor. Step into famous works such as The Kiss, presented with an anamorphic technique showing each of the painting’s components through a dynamic projection until revealing the final image. Other favorites include Apple Tree I, The Tree of Life, and Water Serpents II.
In addition to this 360-degree immersive experience, visitors will also have the opportunity to don state-of-the-art VR headsets and follow a 10-minute journey chronicling Klimt’s life and career.
Tickets will be released on Monday, December 14, at 10 a.m. — Sign up to the waitlist here to be the first to know when they go on sale!
Austrian painter Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) was famous for creating erotic figurative work during the Vienna Secession and Art Nouveau movements. In addition to his depictions of the female body, he also painted landscapes. During the artist’s “Golden Phase,” in which he experienced a high degree of financial success and critical acclaim, he integrated gold leaf into his work. These golden paintings are some of his most famous creations, and are sure to be quite striking in digital form.