An immersive exhibition
Why is the Mona Lisa the most famous painting in the world? The answers to this apparently simple question are varied, complex and surprising, giving visitors an insight into part of the myth and above all into the work itself, beyond any false mysteries and clichés.
The exhibition is an invitation to rediscover Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece through stories and sensory experiences that take place on different levels.
The circuit is punctuated with encounters with the “landscape-skin” that envelops the entire exhibition space. It immerses visitors in a place inspired by the works of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), such as the *Mona Lisa, Virgin of the Rocks* and *Saint Anne* and offers interactive experiences for the public. The landscapes from these works come together and interact to create a panoramic world that brings the space to life. Here digital media, often thought of as a “cold” format, takes on an appealing, sensitive and emotive dimension, with unusual graphic textures.
Different visual tales recount the stories, anecdotes, modern context and process behind this painting that has become an icon. Visitors meander through visual narratives that are simultaneously instructive, sensory and contemplative. Six very large-format digital projections convey the polysemy of Leonardo da Vinci’s work:
The Origin of the Myth, A Living Portrait, Under Observation, Mona Lisa Obsession, The Mona Lisa has been Stolen!, Mona Lisa Mania
Visitors can expand and share their knowledge of the topics covered in the exhibition through the experiences and interaction offered by the fun, appealing and intuitive modules. Here, technological innovation is deployed for purposes of education and exploration.
The project will be presented at Deep Space by Vincent Delieuvin, curator for Italian Sixteenth Century Paintings at the Louvre, Christelle Terrier, Exhibitions Project Manager, Production Direction, Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais and Roei Amit, Roei Amit, General Manager, Grand Palais Immersif.
Co-production by the Grand Palais Immersif (a subsidiary of the Rmn – Grand Palais) and the Musée du Louvre
Scientific advisor: Vincent Delieuvin, Chief Curator of 16th century Italian painting at the Musée du Louvre
Digital and narrative coordination of the project within the Louvre: Dominique de Font-Réaulx, general curator, director of Mediation and Cultural Programming
Exhibition design: Sylvain Roca
Digital production: Artisans d’idées
Director : Nicolas Autheman
Graphic design: Sabir Studio
Lighting design: Aura
With the support of the Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée
With the support of TikTok
This presentation at Deep Space 8K will be kindly supported by the Institut français d’Autriche and our media partner Wiener Zeitung.