It’s no secret that world-famous artist Pablo Picasso had an incredible 78-year-career producing some of the most iconic art pieces. He created 65,000 stunning works of art throughout this time, from paintings to sculptures, and this new, must-see exhibit will let you experience his work in a brand new way!
Visitors will be able to enjoy around 200 of Picasso’s best artwork in a multimedia showcasing at the historic Atlanta venue Pullman Yards. Experience Picasso paintings like you never have before with this immersive exhibition, where you’ll see the famed painter’s artwork come alive. The impressive show has already been a massive success in major cities such as Vancouver.
The immersive digital experience will take you on a journey through Picasso’s most well-known pieces of art, across his Bleu and Rose periods, his world-famous Cubism movement, and his more mature later years. Creators Annabelle Mauger and Julien Baron have collaborated with Art historian and Picasso expert Androula Michael and star-architect Rudy Ricciotti to make this art exhibition come alive before your eyes.
Imagine Picasso is fun and educational for the whole family! The Exhibition is hosting an interactive scavenger hunt where kids will answer questions, learn fun facts about the renowned artist Pablo Picasso and his works as they venture through the exhibit. Once they complete the hunt, they take their answer to the box office for a special prize. We’re excited to bring this new level of interaction to the space and create an engaging opportunity for families to complete together. The Scavenger Hunt is perfect for those aged 5 to 12.
The exhibit received several rave reviews, and here’s a snippet of what guests are saying about the multimedia event:
“It was really immersive to experience #ImaginePicasso exhibit and see how his styles constantly change in this huge space. [I] really liked how the different areas blended with each other, trying to take different perspectives of the images!”
“Go see it if you haven’t. It’s mystical, magical, and oh so impressive.”
Images by Imagine Picasso: The Immersive Exhibit