Stroll Through Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit in Chicago
A new 500,000 cubic feet exhibit opens in Chicago, making it's debut in America. WGN You can walk, and enjoy a moving art exhibit in a safe and socially distanced environment. This exhibit comes to life and gives you a chance to view is a unique way, some classic works. This exhibit is only available in Chicago, New York, Toronto, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
"Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit," is open in Chicago and it allows people a chance to walk through the colorful and creative mind of Vincent Van Gogh. You will watch the Van Gogh brush strokes "move" as you make your way through the exhibit. There is a highlight on the color and tremendous detail. The art is captured and displayed in a way never seen before.
Works included in this exhibit include:
- The Potato Eaters, 1885
- Starry Night, 1889
- Sunflowers, 1888
- The Bedroom, 1889
Also included are some of Vincent Van Gogh's sunny landscapes and also nights scenes.
Located at Chicago's Germania Club (108 W Germania Pl, Chicago) this walking tour of the work of Van Gogh, comes alive and literally moves as you walk on by. The tour includes a soundtrack, animation and a light show. Watching this video tour of the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit is a trip, check this out:
You can learn more about this exhibit and order your tickets by going HERE
This Van Gogh Exhibit was viewed by over two million people in Paris, that's incredible.
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