Lately the artwork world has seen an enormous rise within the variety of “immersive exhibitions” popping up round Europe – bringing to life the work of a number of the world’s most celebrated artists in giant areas with big gentle installations.
We have seen this with the likes of Van Gogh, Tim Burton, Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci.
And it doesn’t seem to be that pattern goes away anytime quickly, as Madrid has unveiled a brand new present devoted to the prolific and revolutionary Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
The exhibition titled Think about Picasso is being hosted on the IFEMA MADRID and it is the biggest immersive exhibition ever carried out in Spain, and the primary devoted to Picasso.
Greater than 200 of Picasso’s most well-known work, together with Guernica and Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, are being projected on the partitions, the ground and a few gigantic polyhedral constructions impressed by the origami items that Picasso made for his kids.
This creative expertise was created by Annabelle Mauger, pioneer of immersive artwork, and Rudy Ricciotti, winner of the Grand Prix Nationwide d’structure, and was impressed by Picasso’s tender gaze on childhood.
The projections are accompanied by music from a few of Picasso’s biggest up to date composers, together with Debussy, Satie and Ravel, in addition to conventional French kids’s songs.
Other than admiring the beautiful portray projections, guests can be taught concerning the completely different durations and themes of Picasso, such his early work, the Blue Interval, the Rose Interval, the African Interval, Cubism, Neoclassicism, Surrealism, in addition to his later work.
Mauger has described Think about Picasso as “the unattainable exhibition”, since the usage of digital expertise makes it doable to convey collectively in the identical area, albeit just about, works discovered in several museums all over the world.
Think about Picasso runs till 10 April 2023 at Espacio 5.1 (IFEMA MADRID).
Try the video above for a glance inside the brand new exhibition