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"Van Gogh Exhibition: The Immersive Experience" Has Landed in London

Experience ‘Sunflowers,’ ’The Starry Night,’ and more through 360-degree digital projections and virtual reality.

Exhibition Hub is bringing its “Van Gogh Exhibition: The Immersive Experience” showcase to East London‘s Shoreditch. Following on from its inaugural showcase at the Indianapolis Museum of Art and the current showcase in New York, digitalized recreations of Van Gogh’s best artworks are now going to be displayed in a converted warehouse in London.

Impressionist pieces such as Sunflowers and The Starry Night will be on show alongside sketches (notably offering oversized looks at some of the artist’s still life pieces and observational drawings), and there is also a ten-minute-long virtual reality experience titled A day in the life of the Artist, allowing you to indulge yourself in what went into the inspirations behind works including Vincent’s Bedroom at Arles and Starry Night Over The Rhone River.

All of the images will be projected in a 360-degree environment comprising 15,000 sqft of screens all around you, while classical music will also be played to help you fully immerse yourself in the experience.

Take a look at what to expect from the experience above, and head over to the dedicated website to purchase your tickets now. Showings are open from now until February 2022, covid-depending.

In case you missed it, check out our latest Studio Visits. This time, we went to see Kostas Seremetis.

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