Fancy yourself an art fan? Well you probably haven’t seen art quite like this: arriving at London’s Marble Arch tomorrow, October 7th, the Frameless exhibition will present some incredible artwork in an immersive experience and the largest of its kind in the city.

The new exhibition is one of several high profile attractions that have been aimed at making art an immersive experience that you can get yourself sucked into, like the Frida and Diego Experience and the Van Gogh immersive exhibition.

The Frameless exhibition has been described as “multi-sensory” and not just for the eyes but engaging other senses and sensations too. It’ll be located in a new tower complex at Marble Arch, with around 30,000 sq ft space across two floors being covered. The art will be projected by state of the art 4K tech to bring the full detail and vibrancy of the artwork out.

Artists whose work is being displayed at Frameless currently includes some big names like Rembrandt, Kandinsky, Cezanne, Monet, Canaletto and Klimt among others. The artwork projections will be displayed in four different galleries with different themes: ‘Beyond Reality’, ‘Colour In Motion’, ‘The World Around Us’ and ‘The Art Of Abstraction’.

Beyond Reality focuses on iconic surreal and dreamlike art. Artworks include The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch and The Tree of Life by Gustav Klimt, with additional artworks from Edvard Munch, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Thomas Lowinsky, Henri Rousseau, Salvador Dalí and Max Ernst.

Colour in Motion is centred around, you guessed it, colour, and how different brush and artistic techniques give a sense of movement and motion in painting. Artworks include Waterlilies and Japanese Bridge by Claude Monet and Mont Saint-Michel by Paul Signac, with additional artworks from Vincent van Gogh, Georges Seurat, Berthe Morisot and Robert Delaunay.

The World Around Us brings together art depicting the world in which we live, with not only landscapes and nature covered but also cityscapes and man made surroundings. Artworks include Avenue at Chantilly by Paul Cezanne and Piazza Di San Marco by Canaletto, with additional artworks from Rembrandt, Claude Monet, Peter Paul Rubens, J.M.W Turner, Caspar David Friedrich and Rachel Ruysch.

Finally, The Art of Abstraction is an exhibit of the most famous and innovative art that’s abstract and expresses emotions and concepts in an unconventional way. Artworks include Yellow, Red, Blue by Wassily Kandinsky and Composition in Red, Yellow, Blue and Black by Piet Mondrian, with additional artworks from Hilma af Klint, Kazimir Malevich and Paul Klee.

Tickets for Frameless are now on sale through its website, and adult tickets start at £25 per person. You can also find a Cafe Bar once there that serves up amazing food at drink at all times of day, like breakfast bites and coffee and an evening sharing board. Frameless was made in collaboration with Panasonic and FiveCurrents.


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