Atelier des Lumieres — Digital Klimt

Atelier des LumieresAtelier des Lumieres is a digital art museum in Paris’ 11th arrondissement. It is housed in an old iron foundry that dates back to 1935. The museum opened in April of this year. The initial exhibition features the works of Gustav Klimt, the Austrian painter whose works are from the late 19th and early 20th century.

The photos here, taken in September, are from the Klimt exhibition. Digital images of his works are projected on the walls, floors and ceilings of the converted foundry. They are set in motion and accompanied by a classical music score.

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Gustav Klint digital art

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Klint at Atelier des Lumieres

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9 Responses to Atelier des Lumieres — Digital Klimt

  1. Wow…these are great.

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  2. Nice historical share. France has always been so very artistic. The works of music and motion here is so representative of film pioneer louis lumiere.❤☕

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  3. pjlazos says:

    Holy Klimt! What a great museum/idea!

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  4. Amazing! Art and technology merge to reach a wider audience.

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  5. inesephoto says:

    Breathtaking! I have read about this exhibition, thank you for sharing the atmosphere.

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  6. That is amazing and would be quite the thing to see in person. One of my neighbors has one of those light pattern projection machines and I love to sit in my backyard and spy on the side of their house.

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  7. Henry Lewis says:

    Love Klimt and would love to see this show!

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  9. Ines Florian says:

    I am looking for the song or aria sung by an alto. Can anybody help?


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