Upcoming Exhibitions – April
So, most of us are in quarantine, and if you’re like us, you’re probably starting to miss going to museums and checking out the latest exhibition. If that sounds like you, rest assured, because we’ve got news for you. What if we told you that you CAN visit museums while safely staying at home?
In fact, here’s our top 6 picks for virtual exhibitions you can check out right now!
The National Gallery of London offers a virtual tour where you can completely dive into some of the Renaissance’s biggest masterpieces including works from Titian, Veronese, and Holbein. 3D trip back in time, anyone?
Don’t be fooled by the little pop-up that appears when you get on the museum’s site. Right now, the Louvre Museum is offering an immersive VR discovery of Leonardo Da Vinci’s mystical Mona Lisa. On top of that, you can also visit the museum’s ‘Petite Galerie’ to visit the Age of Enlightenment through the Renaissance period.
The Metropolitan Museum of New York has gone full digital to offer you a range of different activities. Want to visit some of the museum’s most iconic spaces? You got it. Want to check out some of their art collection instead? No problem, it’s all there! You can even join in and do some art activities from home. Stained-glass window, anyone?
Under the name of “Bozar at home”, the Belgian cultural staple is regularly offering a ton of stuff for you to explore during the lockdown. Musicians are even giving free concerts from their home to yours. Sounds too cozy to resist!
The museum contains not only the legacy of Spanish art, but also the history of Spain and Europe. Among its collection, the gigantic painting of Picasso’s Guernica! Even from behind a screen, you can still appreciate the magnitude of this incredible artwork, all while discovering about the piece’s story.
The LACMA has completely redesigned its website in order to share free enriching and inspiring content for you. Watch, Listen, Learn, Read, and Browse at home. No matter which option you choose, you just can’t go wrong!
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