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Loading, Urban Art in the Digital Age Exhibition at the Grand Immersive Palace from December 6, 2023, to July 21, 2024


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Urban Art in the Digital Age

Urban Art in the Digital Age

Urban and digital art takes center stage at the Immersive Grand Palais!

  • Open ticket with fast-track access, valid on the date of your choice until the end of the exhibition.

from December 6, 2023, to July 21, 2024

Mondays: 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Wednesday to Sunday: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Wednesday Night Opening until 9:00 PM
Closed on Tuesdays

Ella & Pitr, The Birdman © Ella&Pitr, Cerrillos, Santiago, Chile 2013 © ADAGP 2023


What to expect

The exhibition "Loading. Urban Art in the Digital Age" at the Grand Immersive Palace, located in Paris, runs from December 6, 2023, to July 21, 2024. It offers an immersive and digital experience that traces the history of urban art and its evolution with the advent of digital technologies. This journey showcases the impact of digital production and dissemination technologies on urban artists, highlighting the transformation of street art from city walls to digital screens.

The exhibition explores the development of urban art from its beginnings in the New York subways to the era of social networks and NFTs. It presents a variety of works, including paintings captured or filmed with drones, large wall murals from the 2000s, and stylistic evolutions of graffiti. Visitors can immerse themselves in 360-degree projections and interactive installations that unveil the history of urban art in all its facets. This approach allows a revisiting of the various stages that have marked this artistic movement while emphasizing the impact of digital technologies on the work of street artists.

The exhibition is a co-production between the Grand Immersive Palace and Atlas V. Curated by Christian Omodeo, Ph.D. in art history, with audiovisual design by Atlas V. Implementation is led by Mehdi Mejri and Atlas V, while videomapping and interactive content are created by Superbien. Sound design is crafted by Roque Rivas and Oscar Ferran from IRCAM, with staging by Olivier Palatre and graphic design by Monsieur L’Agent / Horah Studio.

This exhibition represents a unique opportunity for urban art enthusiasts to discover street art in a digital and immersive dimension, reflecting how this art form has evolved and adapted to the digital age.


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110 Rue de Lyon
75012 Paris
Parking lot
Bastille, 10 Boulevard de la Bastille - 75012 Paris
Public transportation
DParis - Gare de Lyon

Common questions

What is the duration of the "Loading. Urban Art in the Digital Age" exhibition?

From December 6, 2023, to July 21, 2024.

Where is the Immersive Grand Palais located?

At 110 Rue de Lyon, Paris 12th.

What is the main theme of the exhibition?

The impact of digital technologies on urban art.

Does the exhibition feature interactive works?

Yes, it includes interactive installations and videomapping.

What types of artworks are presented?

Murals, works created with drones, and graffiti.

Is there a historical dimension in the exhibition?

Yes, it traces the evolution of street art since the 2000s.

Is the exhibition suitable for all ages?

Yes, it is designed to be accessible and interesting for everyone.

Can tickets be purchased on-site?

It is recommended to buy them online, but they are also available on-site.

Does the exhibition incorporate elements of augmented or virtual reality?

Yes, it uses immersive technologies such as augmented reality.

Which famous artists are highlighted?

The exhibition includes works by iconic figures such as Banksy and Basquiat.

Is the exhibition accessible to people with reduced mobility?

Yes, the Immersive Grand Palais is equipped to accommodate people with reduced mobility.

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