Exhibitions: How to Experience Pink Floyd’s Music

If you are interested in learning more about Pink Floyd and their music, you might want to visit one of the exhibitions that showcase their history, achievements, and legacy. There are several exhibitions that feature Pink Floyd’s artifacts, memorabilia, and artwork, as well as their innovative use of sound, visuals, and technology. Here are some of the exhibitions that you can check out:

Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains

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Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains

This is the first international retrospective of one of the world’s most iconic and influential bands. It chronicles the music, design, and staging of the band from their debut in the 1960s to the present day. It features over 350 objects, including instruments, props, photographs, films, and original artwork. The exhibition also offers an immersive audio-visual journey through Pink Floyd’s unique and extraordinary worlds. The exhibition was first shown at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in 2017, and has since traveled to Rome, Dortmund, Madrid, and Los Angeles. It is currently on display at the Vogue Multicultural Museum in Hollywood until January 9, 2022.

Pink Floyd Exhibition in Montreal

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Pink Floyd Exhibition In Montreal

This is the final stop of the world tour of The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains, which celebrates the band’s history and impact on art and culture. The exhibition pays tribute to Montreal, where the band famously performed at the Olympic Stadium in 1977 and where Roger Waters got the inspiration for The Wall. The exhibition ran at the Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal gallery from November 4, 2022 to April 2, 2023.

The Pink Floyd Exhibition Tour

This is a touring version of the exhibition that illustrates the band’s pioneering use of special effects, sonic experimentation, and powerful imagery. It explores the narrative arc of a band that began in London’s ‘swinging sixties’ and whose influence continues today. The exhibition features more than 400 artifacts dating back to the late ’60s, such as handbills, posters, guitars, keyboards, drums, and inflatables. The exhibition also includes interactive elements and a 3D sound experience.

These are some of the exhibitions that you can attend to appreciate and enjoy Pink Floyd and their music!

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