He gifted art with light and freed it from historical burden. His works seems to capture only a fleeting moment but were nonetheless masterpieces of composition. His colours triumphed above the pressing competition of photography, still exclusively black and white at the time. He lived in a time of increasing acceleration. The world, just as his life, was full of movement only to find bliss – in a paradise of water, of plants and blossoms…
Claude Monet transposed the Greek nymphs into the world of nymphéas, the water lilies. He transformed his garden in Giverny, Normandy into a dreamlike place of dissolution, which captivated eye and brush, leading to seemingly repetitive motifs, which he set into floating states by means of colour and light. Monet’s late work culminated in the Grande Décoration he created for the Orangerie in Paris: water lily murals cover the wide oval and allow the viewer to immerse himself in unique compositions…
MONET’S GARDEN – AN IMMERSIVE EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE
is a 360-degree journey through the history and the oeuvre of one of the most significant Artists of the last century!The journey and unique exhibition concept are brought to life with modern multimedia technology – here you can fully immerse yourself in the world and the world famous artwork of Claude Monet (1840-1926). Experience for yourself how illusion turns into reality. Elaborate installations and projections set to music create rustling worlds of colour and let you feel the paintings come to life in ways never seen before.
Enter Monet’s garden and become part of the scenery!
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Collection and interpretation
High ceiling height
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6 m height
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