You can now venture to the Exhibition Hub, Atlanta Art Center, to experience an art exhibit that showcases 100+ impressive and never-seen-before LEGO® sculptures. What’s more is that this exhibit, which has stunned over 10 million guests around the globe, showcases 360° projection installations for the first time! It’s leaving town in a couple weeks, so don’t miss out!
It’s a good thing that contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya left his career as a corporate lawyer in NYC to pursue his love of building with LEGO® blocks, which has brought joy to millions of fans worldwide.
Lucky for ATLiens, you can now see his work for a limited time in Atlanta before it leaves!
Since the exhibit has been so successful around the world, tickets sell out quickly, so snag yours now! If you enjoyed building with LEGO® blocks as a kid, you would not want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition.
The ‘Art of The Brick Immersive Experience’ in Atlanta is the first exhibit to have a digital element! Guests can enjoy the classic side featuring Sawaya’s traditional sculptures and another area with immersive rooms to experience these iconic masterpieces with video mapping, 360-degree projections, and moving installations.
A much larger version of the artist’s most iconic work, Yellow, is on display coming in at 6.5 feet! It showcases a close-up of a male torso with hundreds of LEGO® pieces pouring out of it.
Don’t miss the room with the walls and floors covered with mirrors featuring the moving motorized LEGO® skulls, accompanied by a 7-minute light show.
The “PERNiCiEM” room focuses on endangered animals. In this space, the artist teamed up with photographer Dean West to show off beloved species like humpback whales, lowland gorillas, and polar bears. These large-scale sculptures are accompanied by a cinematic video that shows off the animal’s natural habitat, also giving details to guests as to why they are becoming extinct. It’s such a moving part of the exhibition!
Other not-to-be-missed highlights include the humanity space, showcasing Sawaya’s most iconic human figures.The exhibit has stunned over 10 million viewers worldwide, from Boston to Brussels—it’s only in Atlanta for a limited time, so snag your tickets now!
Get ready to be stunned by sculptures made from over one million tiny LEGO® pieces at the ‘Art of The Brick Immersive Experience’ in Atlanta!