Want to feel like a giant and soak up wonderful art from an entirely new perspective? Small Is Beautiful highlights the incredible works of 32 miniature artists that give “attention to detail” a whole new meaning. Soon you might be watching small numbers playing tennis on a watermelon, micro-butterflies smaller than the tip of your finger and narrow city streets that make a kitten look like the size of Godzilla.
Join the waitlist now and you’ll be one of the first to grab tickets before they go public on Wednesday, March 16 at 11 a.m.
If you feel like strolling through a model village, if you’re tired of standing on your tiptoes to look over the crowd at a concert, or if you’re always craving a bite of this cake that made Alice grow to a ridiculous size in Wonderland, this fascinating exhibit will be right up your street. Small Is Beautiful is a immersive exhibition which whisks you away to a poetic world, where precision is key and creativity reaches new, ironically tiny heights.
You can please your inner child by admiring the small-scale artwork; hold entire landscapes in the palm of your hand and learn all about the artistic process that goes into making these microscopic pieces. The otherworldly experience is one of the largest exhibitions entirely devoted to miniature art; showcasing a style that has already thrilled people across the world on social media. Take a look at the hashtag #ArtMiniature to see the number of followers that the phenomenon has already conquered.
During the extraordinary 75-minute experience, you’ll encounter everything from tiny fruits and surprisingly small paintings to ant-sized figurines and tiny photographs. There is more of 130 exclusive works and 80 pictures to admire altogether. In addition, there will even be 15 workshops where curious children can dip their toes into the tiny universe and a on-site pop-up store. This experience will enchant people of all ages, sending you on a fantastical journey where a bottle cap becomes a boat, lego minifigures take on gummy crocodiles and an entire plate of sushi is no bigger than your fingernail.
Small Is Beautiful: Miniature Art Exhibition – Waiting List