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The immersive marvels of digital art exhibitions in Paris

Credit: Paul Cézanne - the master of Provence; Culturespaces

L'Atelier des Lumières

L'Atelier des Lumières is an art center in Paris, France that features immersive digital art exhibitions. The exhibitions use state-of-the-art technology to project images and animations onto the walls and floors of the center's galleries, creating an immersive and interactive experience for visitors. The exhibitions often focus on the works of a specific artist or art movement, which at moment are the French impressionist Paul Cézanne and the Russian abstractionist Vassily Kandinsky.



Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne was a French artist who is considered one of the most important figures in the development of modern art. He is known for his unique style which combined elements of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism. He was particularly interested in the simplification of forms, the use of geometric shapes, and the representation of depth and volume. He was influential on later artists such as Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, whose work helped to create Cubism. He's considered one of the most important figures in the transition from 19th-century Impressionism to 20th-century Cubism and is also known for his still life and landscape paintings

Vassily Kandinsky

Vassily Kandinsky was a Russian artist and art theorist who is considered one of the pioneers of abstract art. He began his career as a representational painter, but over time his work became increasingly abstract. He believed that art should be independent of the physical world and should express the "inner necessity" of the artist. He thought that the use of color and form could evoke emotions and ideas in the viewer, even without the use of recognizable objects. He was a key figure in the development of the Blue Rider movement and was one of the first artists to make purely abstract paintings. His work is characterized by dynamic compositions, vibrant colors, and the use of geometric shapes.

Visitors of the gallery can enjoy some of the most exceptional artworks of the two artists. 3000 square meters of pure joy, which extends and transforms our perception of art.

Below you can take a look at some photos of the immersive exhibition.

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