Monet by the Water

July 7, 2021  19:09  |  News

Commemorating the 180th anniversary of Monet’s birth, this novel travelling exhibition has been over 2-years in the making. It will make its initial debut in San Francisco this December at a secret location, followed by stops in Minneapolis, Atlanta, Seattle, Miami, Denver, St. Louis, and Philadelphia.

Monet By The Water

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Tickets for this exclusive, 360-degree, multisensory spectacle are already in high demand. To stay up to date on the latest information regarding the exhibit opening dates, secret venue location, and receive access to early bird pricing, customers are highly encouraged to sign up for the waitlist at

“We see Monet as a pioneer of immersion, completely surrounding people with the beauty and precision of his colours,” said Ricardo Dotta, co-founder of Mira, the Museum of Immersive Roaming Arts. “In honour of this thought, with Monet by the Water we aim to extend his work through technological possibilities, generating spaces where the landscape fits the viewer’s scale.”

A multidisciplinary team of expert digital artists developed a unique process to reimagine Monet’s paintings into a multilayered, immersive exhibition that brings together traditional and contemporary artistic languages in a way that pays homage to the iconic artist. The original soundtrack and ambience especially designed for the exhibit complement the immersion of this spectacular experience.

Monet by the Water will be meticulously designed to create a consistent and optimized experience for guests, unlike other exhibits that adapt their experiences to the venue, compromising the customer’s overall experience.

The 40,000 square foot experience will feature a captivating audiovisual experience created from more than 300 pieces of Monet’s art with 26-foot-high multi-screen projections, original music, and sound effects. Monet by the Water takes guests on a journey to enjoy the tranquillity of his Giverny’s gardens, explore the coastline of his beloved Normandy, travel along the banks of the Seine, and gaze at the colours of his flowers.