Masterpieces come to life

The artworks of Spanish masters Picasso, Goya and Sorolla are brought to life in a new exhibition at former quarry Carrieres des Lumieres in Les Baux-De-Provence, France.

Visitors to the "Picasso and the Spanish Masters" show are invited to stroll among the thousands of moving images of digitised works projected on immense limestone surfaces, and go on a journey through Iberian art in the 20th century and into the heart of Picasso's creative genius.

The immersive multimedia show makes use of cutting-edge AMIEX technical equipment and vibrant selections of music to offer viewers an intense artistic experience.

The exhibition runs until January next year.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 12, 2018, with the headline 'Masterpieces come to life'. Print Edition | Subscribe