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Monet masterpieces set to get the massive immersive treatment, Toronto premiere

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TORONTO — Make room, van Gogh. A new immersive art experience will celebrate the masterworks of Claude Monet.

A massive installation dubbed "Beyond Monet" makes its world premiere Aug. 5 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. 

Producers say the large-scale exhibit will transform more than 400 paintings into larger-than-life images, including well-known masterpieces from the "Water Lilies" series.

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Billed as the largest immersive exhibit in the country, the installation will cover more than 4,600 square metres. 

Its designers are from the Montreal-based Normal Studio, who are also behind the show "Beyond Van Gogh," which similarly melds moving images and music. Meanwhile, there's another large-scale van Gogh showcase, "Immersive Van Gogh," from a different team.

Tickets to "Beyond Monet" start at $39.99 for adults and $29.99 for children. They're available at

This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 10, 2021.

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