From the incredibly creative team behind the Immersive Van Gogh Experience comes the next art installation in Old Town Scottsdale: the Immersive Klimt Exhibit: Revolution. The exhibition showcases a progressive look into Gustav Klimt during an experience unlike any other.
The exhibit, the first to debut in North America, takes you on a journey throughout history with Gustav Klimt’s pieces, from moments of unrest among artists to the streets of Imperial Vienna paved in gold and lilies. His main focus, consisting of daring portrayals of the female form, is captivating, sensual and evoked a strong sense of female empowerment.
The experience, from creative director and Italian producer Massimiliano Siccardi, encompasses you in a world of expressed colors, shapes and unforgettable faces showcased with the help of 500,000 cubic feet of projections, 60,000 frames and more than 90,000,000 pixels with multimedia composer Luca Longobardi’s curated music selections and familiar compositions.
“With Klimt, Massimiliano and Luca have raised the bar yet again, extending the possibilities of the immersive art experience even further,” says producer Corey Ross. “They are a bit more playful in this show with how they animate Klimt’s work – the show has a really celebratory energy that will absolutely meet the moment as Phoenix continues to return to normalcy this spring.”
Ticket prices start at $39.99, and the installment is on view during the month of April in Scottsdale.
To learn more about the Immersive Klimt Exhibit, visit immersiveklimt.com.