A Luminous Multisensory Art Exhibition Is Coming To Chicago

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A Luminous Multisensory Art Exhibition Is Coming To Chicago

Step into artistic masterpieces by Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet or Gustav Klimt at this stunning art exhibit that’s likely coming to Chicago. 

Artwork from one of these brilliant artists will come to life in 360-degree digital spectacle that’ll illuminate and transform the physical space into a fully immersive exhibit. You’ll see the selected painters’ work take over the walls and encompass your surroundings through the lenses of several dozen projectors, hyper-realistic VR headsets, or a mix of both!

After successful exhibits in London, Barcelona and a number of other cities around the world, the time has finally come for the spectacular exhibition to make its way to the states. The multisensory journey through these famous bodies of work is an entirely new way of experiencing art, bringing every stunning detail to life like never before. (You can even catch a glimpse of it in Netflix’s new Emily In Parisseries!)

Using technology to recreate animated displays of these masterpieces you’ll be immersed directly into the paintings themselves, looking up at a Starry Night or crossing The Waterlily Pond bridge.

While exact details have yet to be released on which artists will be highlighted in the Chicago exhibit (and when!), we’ve already added this extraordinary art experience to our mental bucket list—and are on the waitlist to find out more once these particulars drop!

You can also get on the waitlist now for this multisensory extravaganza, here.