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See how Active Image is adding value to Museums, Galleries, Exhibitions, Corporate offices and other locations with its curated & exclusive content.
For the Chiostro del Bramante's acclaimed new exhibition "Banksy: A Visual Protest," Active Image has supplied several digital canvases focusing on the life and rich work of the renown British street artist as well as additional hardware and content on display at the gift shop showcasing our own catalog. The exhibition is on display in Rome and is scheduled to close on 11 April 2021.
Continuing our partnership with the Stanley Kubrick Archive, Active Image has provided eight canvases for the Museum of the Moving Image's new exhibition on the American auteur's magnum opus, 2001: A Space Odyssey. The exhibition opened in January 2020 and is currently running in New York City.
Active Image has collaborated with Lohner Carlson to contribute to the Max Liebermann Haus' new exhibition of Gerhard Richter's piece "Atlas - Overview 1: 2" (2016); our team has curated some rare photos of Richter in the studio as well as several interviews with the artist himself that will be on display on our digital canvases. The exhibition will run until 3 January 2021 in Berlin.
For a special one-weekend digital art showcase in Stöckelkeller, Active Image curated a revolutionary free-flowing exhibition, where artwork by acclaimed artists such as Banksy, Lohner Carlson, Tim Burton, Bettina Scholz, Marius Seidlitz, and Zoe Zimmer would move from room to room via our digital canvases. The exhibition ran from 9 October to 11 October 2020. Photo courtesy of Stefan Dörfler.
This past winter, Active Image will provide its digital canvases for the Design Museum’s latest exhibition “Moving to Mars.” After working with the Design Museum for the acclaimed Stanley Kubrick exhibition, Active Image will once again create an elaborate, multi-sensory videowall that will transport Londoners to the boundless planes and dunes of the “Red Planet.”
This past February, Active Image supplied 16 canvases for Kairos Partners' Milan conference, providing an interactive experience for attendees that enlivened the wealth management company's meeting.
The Marvel Exhibition in one of the most sought-after touring exhibitions. Active Image supplied its superior digital canvases to bring Stan Lee's cameo appearances in all Marvel superhero movies to life. The show ended in Philadelphia in September 2019 and is currently running at the TELUS World of Science museum in Edmonton, Canada.
Mammoths, buffalos and magic spaces:
In " Lascaux – Visual Worlds of the Ice Age", visitors turn explorers while diving into the history of cave paintings. The show ran from 17 April to 8 September 2019 in Munich, Germany.
The DESIGN MUSEUM in London, deemed the European museum of 2018, chose Active Image to supply digital canvases for large scale, high-end presentation of Kubrick's video art works. The exhibition was open until September 2019.
For Freshfields’ Parisian offices, in partnership with rentingArt, Active Image installed three canvases in their reception area with interchanging content of translucent lighting. This chic artwork provided the lobby a postmodern décor, enlightening the office ambiance.
In participation with rentingArt, Active Image provided Air France’s Digital Factory offices in Paris several canvases that compliment this image. Our canvases’ sleek design aligns with Digital Factory’s mission of moving Air France into the digital world.
In the early 90s, our founder Henning Lohner sought to document the working style of Gerhard Richter, and explore how the painstaking measures of Richter's painting processes could be replicated in the medium of film. You can learn more about Lohner and Richter's collaboration in the accompanying video.
Recently, Active Image supported the Chiostro del Bramante's new retrospective of Banksy, the legendary British satirist whose provocative street art has inverted the standards of the global art world. Watch the accompanying video to learn more on Banksy's cultural impact across the globe.
In 2019, Active Image provided the Design Museum a number of digital canvases for its acclaimed exhibition on legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, originally in the DFF in Frankfurt. Watch how Active Image’s canvases were used right at the entrance of the exhibition to convey Kubrick’s employment of one-point perspective in his filmography.
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