Paintings come alive at 3D exhibition in China

Nadine Bells
Good NewsJuly 15, 2012

The paintings are 2D — but you wouldn't know it.

Twenty South Korean artists spent more than four months creating the 83 paintings currently on display in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, ITN reports.

Instead of just looking at the art, visitors are encouraged to interact with it, strategically posing for photos in ways that help bring the works to life.

After wowing South Korean art lovers for three years, the Magic Art Special Exhibition moved to China, where it will tour for the next 18 months.

See a fun gallery of more of the "mind-bending" exhibition at the Evening Standard.