October 6, 2023

Step into the art of Marc Chagall at Tribeca’s Hall des Lumières

A new exhibition at the immersive art museum Hall des Lumières in Tribeca allows guests to step into the vibrant artwork of famous Russian painter Marc Chagall. Produced by Culturespaces, "Chagall, Paris - New York" showcases Chagall's art-- paintings, theater, costumes, sculpture, ceramics, stained glass, mosaics, and collage--projected onto the ornate walls of the former Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank. "Chagall, Paris - New York" is on view at the Hall des Lumières through 2024.
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March 23, 2023

Take a journey through space at Tribeca’s Hall des Lumières

Interactive art museum Hall des Lumières promises to take visitors out of this world. Produced by Culturespaces in collaboration with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Center for Space Studies, the exhibition, dubbed, Destination Cosmos: The Immersive Space Experience, transports guests through the universe with 13 visual sequences and a prologue that starts on Earth and brings viewers over Martian canyons, into the heart of Jupiter, across the rings of Saturn, and more. Destination Cosmos will be open at Tribeca's Hall des Lumières on April 7 and run through June 4.
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September 14, 2022

Immersive art museum Hall des Lumières officially opens at landmarked Lower Manhattan bank hall

A new permanent museum dedicated to immersive digital art experiences opened inside a New York City landmark on Wednesday. Located in Tribeca at 49 Chambers Street, Hall des Lumières sits within the former Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, which was constructed in 1911 in a Beaux-Arts architectural style. The museum's inaugural exhibition, Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion, will feature animated projections of paintings by the famous Viennese painter across the former bank hall's marble walls and columns. The exhibition also includes a  presentation about the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank's history and original design.
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February 9, 2022

A permanent immersive art center will open inside a Lower Manhattan landmark this summer

A permanent museum dedicated to immersive art experiences will open this summer in Lower Manhattan. Dubbed Hall des Lumières, the art center will take over the former Emigrant Industrial Saving Bank building across from City Hall and feature animated and glowing 30-foot displays of famous paintings. Developed by French museum operator Culturespaces and IMG, the center's inaugural installation will be Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion, "a thematic journey through the golden, sensuous and revolutionary art of the Viennese painter," according to a press release.
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