With its stunning set pieces and inspiring musical score, Immersive Klimt: Revolution takes over Phoenix, bringing an even more satisfying art experience.
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Accompanied by multimedia composer Luca Longobardi’s curated music selections and compositions, Immersive Klimt: Revolution showcases thousands of Gustav Klimt’s hand-drawn sketches and works from the pinnacle of his Golden Phase such as the The Woman in Gold, Tree of Life and his most famous and storied work, The Kiss. Running simultaneously with its sister show Immersive Van Gogh, creator and world-renowned master of digital art Massimiliano Siccardi takes visitors to the height of the Viennese artistic revolution, a period full of energy accompanied by the collision of the traditional with the modern, in Immersive Klimt: Revolution.
“Immersive Klimt: Revolution is a bold presentation of Gustav Klimt’s work as you’ve never seen it before,” says Vito Iaia, producer and cofounder of Impact Museums. “The greater Phoenix and Scottsdale area is so rich with art, we know that the city will love Massimiliano’s vision and approach to the great works of a symbolist master.” Along the way, the exhibit will also introduce the work of some of Klimt’s contemporaries, Egon Schiele and Kolomon Moser. “With Klimt, Massimiliano has raised the bar yet again, extending the possibilities of the immersive art experience even further,” adds producer Corey Ross and co-founder of Lighthouse Immersive. “The show has a really celebratory energy that will absolutely meet the moment as Phoenix continues to return to normalcy this season.” Lighthouse ArtSpace Phoenix, 4301 N. Scottsdale Road, immersiveklimt.com