Ever since we learned about Klimt: The Immersive Experience, we’ve been anticipating its arrival on the Los Angeles scene — and the day has finally come. The exhibit brought by Exhibition Hub features colossal digital representations of Klimt’s most famous works, immersing viewers into the breathtaking legacy of the Austrian painter.
Forget about frames and canvases: this unique exhibit breaks the bounds of artistry. Klimt’s iconic body of work will take over the walls of a 20,000-square-foot venue, displaying the mesmerizing colors and patterns that define the painter’s work. His use of gilded and embellished prints come to life in 360-degree projections as immersive sound effects take over the room.
Specialized projectors and 15,000 square feet screens allow you to see every detail of The Kiss, Adele Bloch-Bauer I and many more paintings, highlighting the entangled figures Klimt so loved.
It’s erotic symbolism that makes Klimt’s work so special. Throughout the 20th century, the Austrian painter gained praise by pushing the boundaries of art at the time. Defined as the golden era of modernism, the period was marked by immense fresco-like paintings embellished in shimmering gold leaf — a style that would greatly inspire Klimt’s brushstrokes, setting the foundation for so many emerging artists to come.
The awe-inspiring Klimt: The Immersive Experience will take you into the history and culture of Klimt’s most prized pieces.