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An Immersive 'Imagine Picasso' Exhibition Is Coming To BC & Here's What It Will Look Like

You'll feel like you're stepping into a painting.

An Immersive 'Imagine Picasso' Exhibition Is Coming To BC & Here's What It Will Look Like

You've probably seen your friends snapping pics at immersive shows all over your social media feeds lately, and now you can do the same at a stunning new Picasso exhibition in Vancouver.

The Imagine Picasso exhibit is being put on by the same team that created the Imagine Van Gogh experience, and it looks all kinds of wild and wonderful.

An Immersive 'Imagine Picasso' Exhibition Is Coming To BC & Here's What It Will Look Like Jean Sebastien Baciu | Imagine Picasso

"Imagine Picasso permits the viewer to step into more than 200 of Pablo Picasso's paintings," said spokesperson Marnie Wilson in an email to Narcity Canada. "However, this time the paintings are not only projected on the walls and floor, they are projected onto asymmetrical 3D structures (some as high as 8m tall!) reflective of the nature of Picasso's work."

The exhibit will be arriving at the Vancouver Convention Centre October 27 after seeing a successful run in Quebec City this summer.

An Immersive 'Imagine Picasso' Exhibition Is Coming To BC & Here's What It Will Look Like Jean Sebastien Baciu | Imagine Picasso

"I think this exhibition would have pleased my grandfather a lot because he was, above all, a man of freedom," said Olivier Widmaier Picasso, grandson of Pablo Picasso, in a press release.

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