Rome - Klimt Experience: dive into the works of the Austrian artist
An extraordinary exhibition event that traces the life, the historical era, the landscapes, the figures and the obsessions of the great Austrian artist
Rome – Klimt Experience
Klimt Experience: dive into the works of the Austrian artist
Klimt Experience also arrives in Rome, following the successes of the public and critics of Florence, Milan and Caserta. An unmissable opportunity to literally enter the works of the great Austrian artist. From February 10th to June 10th at the Monumental Complex San Giovanni – Addolorata.
The evocative Women’s Room of the Monumental Complex San Giovanni – Addolorata hosts Klimt Experience, an extraordinary exhibition event, which arrives in Rome after the great success at the Complesso Santo Stefano at the Florence Bridge, at MUDEC in Milan and at the Royal Palace of Caserta.
Produced and organized by Crossmedia GROUP in collaboration with the San Giovanni – Sorrowful Hospital, Klimt Experience traces the life, the historical era, the landscapes, the figures and the obsessions of the great Austrian artist, through a fascinating and totally immersive multimedia representation.
It will thus be possible to literally enter into famous and beloved works such as The Kiss, Judith, Danae, Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer, The Tree of Life
and live on their skin a world made of symbols, bodies, eroticism, dream, mystery.
An impressive and evocative exhibition: there are 700 images reproduced with greater definition of Full HD by the laser projectors of the Matrix X-Dimension system, which are accompanied by the accurate 3D reconstructions of the early twentieth century Vienna and the extraordinary power of the soundtrack, widespread a latest generation Dolby Surround system.
To complete this exceptional adventure, in the introductory didactic area there are some physical scenographic supports and supports to live a virtual reality experience inside four of Klimt’s most famous works, three-dimensional perception of every figurative and chromatic detail.
An exhibition, therefore, absolutely not to be missed, which will not fail to particularly excite the younger audience, inviting them to deepen the knowledge of one of the most significant artists of the Viennese secession.