Art exhibitions do not always have to be in silence. This is proven by the new multimedia exhibition ‘From Monet to Kandinsky. Visions Alive.’ which offers an impressive way to experience art differently from a gallery visit. It’s time for Bangkok’s art scene to take a journey into an unknown art movement with a unique experience.
This multimedia show ‘From Monet to Kandinsky. Visions Alive.’ is a spectacular production that originated in Berlin, Germany. With the assistance of over 20 of the world’s finest museums, the exhibition presents works of 16 of the most famous modernist artists including Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Paul Signac, Vincent Van Gogh, and Wassily Kandinsky.
The art display is a combination of multiple HD projectors, sophisticated animations, and classical music in a dark and spacious room.
Before starting, visitors immerse themselves in the context of the works in an information room. Images and texts help to comprehend the artist’s characters and the elements of art movements like expressionism, abstract art, surrealism, and supremacism. This room basically prepares one to fully dive into a world of senses and imagination that blossoms in the exhibition room.
Stepping into this room, visitors should be prepared to get hypnotized by the stunning installations using cutting-edge digital technology, HD projections, and animated graphics. This is also brought to life with musical accompaniment through technological sound that will make one feel like living in the actual art pieces.
An endless loop of around 60 minutes represents the independent work of art. Art lovers get comfortable on bean bags and envelop themselves in the impressionism and the imagination of the respective artist’s world.
‘From Monet to Kandinsky. Visions Alive.’ is a fascinating, one-of-a-kind exhibition to venture into the past history of art. If you are in Thailand, don’t miss the opportunity to try this whole new art experience.
The exhibition is open to the public from April 26 until July 31 at RCB Galleria, River City Bangkok, Thailand.