If you weren’t part of the lucky ones who got to witness Klimt’s picturesque pieces in Exhibition Hub’s 360-degree spectacle, now is your chance! The breathtaking experience illustrating 200 of Klimt’s most iconic pieces is back in Los Angeles this March.
The exhibit bridges Klimt’s painterly works and state-of-the-art technology for an immersive multisensory experience. At the heart of a 20,000-square-foot venue, Klimt’s warm colors and brush strokes take over the walls. Intricate patterns, gilded textures and embellished prints all come to life through 360-degree projections and transporting sound effects.
Specialized projects and colossal screens plunge you into the paintings’ every detail, appropriately honoring the Austrian painter’s work. Every brushstroke from Apple Tree I, The Kiss, and so many other paintings come to life, bringing forth the erotism symbolism present in Klimt’s work.
Exhibition Hub, the company bringing this exhibition to life, has been producing highly successful immersive Van Gogh and Monet exhibits to cities like NYC, Atlanta, and Miami. Los Angeles was gifted with its own enchanting Klimt exhibit, and it is now back by popular demand!
Klimt is a painter worth highlighting, considering he was one of the first Austrian artists to push the boundaries of art during the modernism era. His legacy still continues to influence painters today, particularly in the use of shimmering embellishments and warmer, golden tones.