Brought to Poland by the Warsaw-based Art Box Experience digital gallery, the show features over 400 digitized paintings and sketches by Monet, Renoir, Degas and friends.
It offers an experience of the works of the impressionist masters in "enveloping, 360-degree art exhibits."
This means that "when we enter the space we are surrounded by a stream of images," Stach Szabłowski, an art critic, told Radio Poland's Danuta Isler at the exhibition's launch in the Polish capital.
"Added to that is space, time and sound, and this feeling that we are in front of the painting but we are inside the painting," he said.
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