Immersive Klimt: Explore Streets of Imperial Vienna to Natural World of Water Lilies At This Amazing Art Experience

The creator of the immensely popular Immersive Van Gogh exhibition, Masimiliano Siccardi and Lighthouse Immersive is bringing the Immersive Klimt experience to Toronto.

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Immersive Klimt

The talented Austrian artist, Gustav Klimt’s, paintings are displayed on larger-than-life screens. Experience the magic of art all around you and lose yourself in Klimt’s world of bright and vibrant colours. It is a spectacular display of colours, patterns and shapes.

With 500,000 cubic feet of projections and more than 60,000 video frames, Immersive Klimt is a show you do not want to miss this Fall.

 

You can see a lot of his famous works, including The Kiss, completed in 1907, in which two figures are intimately bound together in glittering gold and his very popular 1905 masterpiece ‘Three Ages of Woman’ which is also known as ‘Mother and Child”. This painting depicts a woman cradling her child in her arm and an older woman. It shows the transition of a woman from birth to death.

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The Three Ages of Woman/Wikipedia

The tree of life which is a symbol of the connection between earth, heaven and the underworld, was completed in 1909. There are many other masterpieces on display, including Flower Garden, Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I and many other amazing works that will leave you in awe.

Gustav Klimt often faced criticism for the nature and style of his artwork, which is often described as a rebellion against the traditional art of his time. Join the revolution and celebrate his masterpieces at 1 Yonge Street. Tickets are from $39 and there are different ticket types available. All bookings can be made online.

Get ready to walk inside Klimt’s artworks from the streets of Imperial Vienna to the natural world of water lilies, vibrant blooms and mermaids when the incredible experience opens on October 21, 2021 in Toronto.

Immersive Klimt

What: A rebel, genius and legend – Gustav Klimt explored and expressed colours, shapes and patterns without inhibition or limitation. And now you can step inside his electrifying world and be swept away!

When: Opens October 21 to November 28, 2021 (can be extended).

Where: Toronto Star Building, 1 Yonge St, Toronto

How Much: $39 to $105

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