If you’re looking for things to do this Christmas holiday, we’ve put together a list of the best exhibitions in London to see with the kids.
Metamorphosis Serpenti at Saatchi
Bulgari and Refik Anadol will bring visitors through an immersive journey. The unique AI developed by the artist and director will take explorers through the infinite intricacies of an ever-changing snake, showcasing its continuous rebirth and evolution complemented by sounds and smells synonymous with Bulgari’s finest fragrances. Check out the Saatchi Gallery website for more details.
Weird Sensation Feels Good
This is the first exhibition of its kind to lift the world of ASMR out from your screen and into physical space. Explore the emerging field of creativity that has grown up around this feeling and the work of designers and content creators who try to trigger it in their viewers.
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Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirror Rooms
These immersive installations will transport you into Kusama’s unique vision of endless reflections. A small presentation of photographs and moving image – some on display for the first time – provides historical context for the global phenomenon that Kusama’s mirrored rooms have become today. To book tickets click here.
Frameless is a brand new culturally rich, immersive, multi-dimensional art experience. Inside Frameless, art seeps into every inch of space. Frameless elevates the traditional art experience to a whole new level, accompanied by a score of breath-taking classical and contemporary music.
Van Gough Exhibit The Immersive Experience
Located at Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, enjoy a beautiful piano show from pianist Lara Melda while admiring Van Gogh’s work through cutting-edge 360° digital projections. You can book your session here.
Strange Clay Hayward Gallery
This amazing exhibition explores how contemporary artists in the UK have used clay in unexpected ways. Free for members.
Klimt, The Immersive Experience
This ten minute exhibition guides you through “a day in the life of the Artist”. It shows you the inspiration behind eight of Klimt’s works. It features a one of kind Virtual Reality component and reinvents the concepts of museums. Tickets are available here.