After the phenomenal success of immersive art exhibitions dedicated to artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, and Monet, Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” is getting its own interactive experience.
The Louvre and Grand Palais are teaming up on a unique digital show dedicated to the most famous painting in the world slated to run at the Palais de la Bourse in Marseille, France from Mar. 10 until Aug. 21, 2022. The exhibition, called “La Joconde” (the French name for the painting), will feature six themes that reveal details about the painting’s history and “the genius of its creator,” according to the Grand Palais’s website. The experience will explore topics such as what makes this 500-year-old painting a modern icon, how its mysterious smile inspired other artists, its composition, and da Vinci’s masterful technique. At the same time, visitors will have the rare opportunity to see a projection of the iconic portrait from up close (because, let’s face it, the crowds at The Louvre are no joke).
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