Save The Date: A Multi-Sensory Impressionist Exhibition Showcasing Art By Monet And Renoir Is Landing In Sydney

Cool Sh*t, Play, Sydney / 1 February 2021

The crew behind Van Gogh Alive is bringing a brand new multi-sensory exhibition to Sydney.

This isn’t the first time we’ve covered the opening of an immersive art exhibition like this. In fact, late last year we wrote about the opening of Van Gogh Alive, an epic 2000 square metre gallery space showcasing Van Gogh’s most famous works as you’ve never seen them before.

This large-scale exhibition proved so popular, that the team has revealed a new program will be landing in Sydney in March. Get ready for Monet & Friends – Life, Light & Colour – giving Sydneysiders the chance to explore tonnes of masterpieces from these French impressionists in new and innovative ways.

From March 12th, 2021, the Royal Hall of Industries in Moore Park will play host the Money & Friends exhibition. Inside, you’ll find enormous projections showcasing iconic artworks from the likes of Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cézanne, and Edgar Degas.

In fact, the entire experience is designed to pay home to Claude Monet and the Impressionist masters of the mid-19th century right through to the early 20th century, exploring not only the paintings themselves but the history of the Impressionist movement amid the social and political turbulence of the time.

The best part of the Monet & Friends exhibition is the brand new SENSORY4™ immersive technology that brings each artwork to life. Each artwork truly comes to life and awakens the sense, set to an evocative classical score.

The team behind the exhibition, Grande Experiences, has been creating traveling and permanent multi-sensory art and cultural experiences all over the globe for over a decade. Now, this latest project lets Sydneysiders experience these works in an all-new way.

Tickets are on-sale on February 1st for Monet & Friends – Life, Light & Colour, hosted at The Royal Hall of Industries at Moore Park from March 12th. Find out more here.