There’s a new immersive art exhibition on the block!
If you’re a keen fan of London’s art scene. you may well be just about getting tired of hearing about the immersive Van Gogh experiences that are coming to town this year. Or, you might be chomping at the bit to head there as many times as possible after being starved of art over lockdown.
Whatever category you fall into, we’re pleased to alert your attention to another stunning immersive art exhibition, this one owing its beauty to Gustav Klimt. From May 17, a glorious homage to the Austrian symbolist painter will be on display at London member’s club, Annabel’s.
The exhibition will highlight works from the height of Klimt’s “golden period”. Attendees will be lucky enough to gaze on his renowned works, such as Danaë, The Kiss and Medicine.
Kicking off the experience will be a “tree of life” for guests to potter underneath, before continuing through the club to view Klimt’s masterful works, as well as other reimagined pieces based on his style.
Continuing with the theme of Klimt’s work, a golden cocktail menu has even been curated especially for the event. The prospect of sipping on a “Judith” – made up from Hennessy Cognac, Galliano L’Autentico, Lemon Foam and Smoked Paprika – whilst gaping at historic art is one such opportunity that would be too good to pass up, right?
Let’s hope the Van Gogh and Klimt exhibitions can co-exist peacefully then, eh?
You can find Annabel’s at 46 Berkeley Square, W1J 5AT.