For those who don’t want to trek to The Belvedere in Vienna to see the real painting of The Kiss by Gutsav Klimt, can check it out in Paris. Now, the Atelier des Lumières just opened an exhibition they call an “immersive art experience” which hopes to show viewers what it feels like to step inside a Klimt painting. Housed inside a former 19th century foundry, this sprawling exhibition is in the 11th arrondissement, and is actually the first digital art center in Paris to open with projectors, screens and an interactive installation based on the work of the Viennese master’s most famous painting. Check it out while you can, as the exhibition runs until July.
Text by Nadja Sayej
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