Not only was IMMERSIVE VAN GOGH a huge success, allowing Torontonians safely to enjoy a dazzling spectacle during some challenging times, it was a hit in over 20 cities with the likes of Lily Collins, George Lucas and Madonna even checking it out!
Lighthouse Immersive are back at One Yonge Street (Toronto Star Building) with another jaw-dropping experience, paying tribute to Gustav Klimt. Klimt revolutionized art in Vienna prior to the fall of empire, marrying Byzantine mosaics together with Art Nouveau. The exhibit screams energy, sensuality and drama. We love it so much and at 40 minutes in length, the time flew on by!
The IMMERSIVE KLIMT experience was created by Italy’s Massimiliano Siccardi and what you get is something that has both classical and rock sensibilities. This was certainly fun!
Also, underneath the stairwell is an amazing room where four people can enjoy a more condensed version of the projections of the exhibit. We are obsessed. The Gift Shop space is incredible with everything from Klimt tote bags, to scarves, clothing, socks, keychains and so much more.
Keep in-mind safety and distancing protocols are in-place, and proof of double-vaccination is required at entry.
Some Snaps from the experience:
IMMERSIVE KLIMT opens in Toronto on October 21, 2021. More here.
Congratulations also to LIGHTHOUSE IMMERSIVE who just launched their new Magazine, SMART. More here.
The same people who brought us the awesome Immersive Van Gogh and Illusionarium exhibits now are bringing some more scintillating experiences to Toronto at 1 Yonge Street.
LOOKING FOR THE DANCE
This Exhibit, launching September 18, 2021 contains a series of engaging photographic portraits of dancers whom legendary Dancer/Choreographer/Actor Mikhail Baryshnikov met during extended travels between Argentina and India. The show captures the artistry and intimacy of dance through photography. More details and tickets here.
Baryshnikov graced Toronto with his presence at a private event last night and was spotted out today previewing Canadian Dancer/Choreographer Guillaume Côté‘s new exhibition launching September 29, 2021.
IMMERSIVE KLIMT: REVOLUTION arrives October 21, 2021 takes its audience back to the artistic revolution in Vienna, pulsating with energy. It is said to be a fusion of Byzantine mosaics and Art Nouveau, with Gustav Klimt‘s hand-drawn sketches up to showcasing works from the pinnacle of his career. Tickets here.
These are on for a limited time only. Ensure you get your tickets soon!