New York’s new digital art museum kicks things off with Klimt show

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New York City is a mecca for art lovers, and another treat has just opened in the Big Apple – the Hall des Lumières. Different to the Met, the MoMa or the Guggenheim, you will be looking for actual physical paintings in vain, however. Located in the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank right across from Manhattan’s city hall, the new museum – or “permanent digital art center” – exhibits digital art, with paintings or historic images projected onto the Beaux-Arts building’s almost 10-metre high walls as well as ceilings and floors. The opening exhibit, dubbed “Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion,” is “a m…

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