Genshin Impact Game Art Exhibition Reveals the Making of Its New Fantasy Nation Fontaine

Global hit video game Genshin Impact surprised fans and gamers today with the announcement of the game’s official global art exhibition, “Endless Adventure in Teyvat: Fontaine Edition.” The exhibition will first land in New York, Paris, Taipei, and Tokyo before being made available online for free in 15 languages.

The exhibition celebrates the upcoming release of Fontaine, the beautiful fictional Nation of Justice where culture, art, and technology thrive. With over 60 concept sketches, visitors will be able to get a behind-the-scenes look at the philosophies and process behind the creation of the environment, landscapes, culture, architecture, creatures, characters, and every aspect of Fontaine. More than 30 concept art illustrations will further demonstrate how the artists combined the elements of water, gears, and clockwork with the Baroque and different styles to create buildings, as well as how they drew inspiration from majestic mountains and nature in Europe with the aim of creating a diverse and fantastical underwater area. Giant life-size models and miniatures will also be created to showcase the in-game content. For music lovers, the complete scores for Fontaine’s main theme and battle music will also be unveiled to the public.

As a thriving live-service game in its third year, Genshin Impact’s popularity lies in its vibrant and creative community, and the Genshin Impact Art Exhibition is proud to present derivative work and fan art from over 40 artists and content creators including illustrator and graphic artist Solène Debiès, sumi-e artist Yu-Ki Nishimoto, artist Yuzhi Zhou, and contemporary painter Maxence Ma.

The Genshin Impact Art Exhibition “Endless Adventure in Teyvat: Fontaine Edition” opens on August 19 at the following locations in Paris, New York, Taipei, and Tokyo. Admission is free, but online pre-registration is strongly recommended: Details of the online exhibition in 15 languages ​​will be announced later.

  • Aug 19 – 27 in Paris at Galerie Joseph Saint Merri, 5 Rue Saint-Merri, 75004 Paris
  • Aug 19 – 27 in New York at Moonlight Studios, 330 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013
  • Aug 19 – 27 in Taipei at No. 133, Guangfu S Rd, Xinyi District, Taipei City
  • Aug 19 – 27 in Tokyo at 1-chōme-11-6 JingūmaeShibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001

For more updates and information, please check out the official webpage of the exhibition:, or follow @GenshinImpact on Twitter and Facebook.

Source: Press Release