Earlier this year, Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience made its NY debut at Skylight on Vesey in FiDi. Now, both Gustav Klimt and Claude Monet will join Vincent Van Gogh, and their artworks will be metamorphized into an epic immersive experience at the majestic NYC building right in the heart of Lower Manhattan.
The two artists will take over the Van Gogh exhibition on separate nights, with Van Gogh: Immersive Night with Claude Monet taking place this Friday, December 17, Thursday, December 23, and Wednesday, December 29, while Van Gogh: Immersive Night with Gustav Klimt taking place this Saturday, December 18, Wednesday, December 22, and Monday, December 27. Expect digital displays, dreamy sound effects, projection mapping, and so much more!
You’ll be able to take an awe-inspiring journey into the incomparable universe of Van Gogh, one of the greatest artistic geniuses of the 19th century. Following that, delve into Gustav Klimt’s world by walking directly into his paintings, and experiencing his stunning artwork like never before. The artist’s symbolist pieces will be heading to NYC for one night only, offering a 360-degree look at his pieces as they are brought to life on an epic scale.
Klimt is an Austrian painter best known for his enchanting gold-adorned paintings and elegant depictions of the female body, and you’ll have the chance to step right into these wondrous works – such as The Kiss, and The Tree of Life.
Of course, Monet’s Water Lilies speaks for itself, as the famous French artist created incredible paintings of moments in nature and sprawling landscapes. As one of the founders of the Impressionism movement, he had a careful eye for capturing variations in color or light caused by daily or seasonal changes, which you can see up-close and personal in this exhibit.
Besides just being immersed in the vibrant colors of the famed artworks (and plenty of photo ops), you’ll walk away with a new depth of knowledge about the artists, that lets you experience their work in a much more personal and lucid way.
Tickets are going fast for this history of art takeover at one of New York’s hottest new attractions.
In compliance with NYC Health orders, in order to access this experience people 12 and older will need to provide evidence of at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccination from September 13th onwards.