Masters of Surrealism - 360 Art by Sotheby's

Immersive Painting Collection

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 In honor of VR Society and Sotheby’s first annual two-day exhibition ‘The Art of VR’ kicking off tomorrow, we compiled our favorite immersive interactive art experiences that we discovered on SVRF:
Vincent van Gogh - The Starry Night - Virtual Reality Immersive Art

The Starry Night  (original by Vincent van Gogh, 1889)

The Starry Night is an oil on canvas painting by the Dutch post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh. It is regarded as among van Gogh’s finest works, and is one of the most recognized paintings in the history of Western culture.The 1889 painting depicts the view from his asylum room at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence just before sunrise with the addition of an idealized village. It has been in the permanent collection in the Museum of Modern Art in NYC since 1941.

Salvador Dalí - Moment de Transition - Virtual Reality Immersive Art

Moment de Transition (original by Salvador Dalí)

Moment de Transition is an oil on canvas painting by Salvador Dalí which is a part of the Masters of Surrealism Collection by Sotheby’s. This Sotheby’s immersive experience takes viewers inside several surrealist artist’s works.

Zaha Hadid - The Peak: Blue Slabs - Virtual Reality Immersive Art

The Peak: Blue Slabs  (original by  Zaha Hadid, 1983)

The Peak: Blue Slabs is a painting by Zaha Hadid architects. This immersive experience constructs, deconstructs, and reconstructs this work of architecture.

Liz Edwards - Art of Wonder - Virtual Reality Immersive Art

Art of Wonder — Liz Edwards, 2017

Art of Wonder was created this year by artist Liz Edwards using VR Google Daydream app Tilt Brush. It depicts a scene where Wonder Woman is simultaneously being chased and shooting fire from her shield.

Danny Bittman - Virtual World - Virtual Reality Immersive Art

Danny Bittman’s Virtual World, 2016

Wander through VR artist and filmmaker Danny Bittman’s world with this piece he created last year using Tilt Brush. His work is so detailed that it almost looks like it could be real.

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