Art that moves: Van Gogh’s journey to Vincent, in a nutshell The highs and (many) lows of Vincent van Gogh, in a nutshell Today, anyone hearing the name Vincent van Gogh can conjure up one of the vivid paintings that have become his legacy. His art can be found in the most prestigious museums across
One of the pandemic’s most popular art events is heading to the West Coast “Immersive Van Gogh,” a multisensory experience that made its debut in Toronto in July, will open in San Francisco in March and Los Angeles in May. The exhibits will run through the summer. “Immersive Van Gogh” opened in Chicago earlier this
re-sale tickets are now available at vangoghla.com with most weekends through Labor Day sold out or in limited supply. The exact venue for the exhibit will be revealed closer to the opening date. As well as opening in the L.A. area, the event masterminded by creative director Massimiliano Siccardi will open at SVN West (formerly
The OC Register – Tickets for ‘Immersive Van Gogh’ experience in LA are on sale: What you need to know
“It really is extraordinary, and as I’m talking to people in the media and trying to describe what it is, usually the first thing I say is, ‘Have you seen Episode 5 of ‘Emily in Paris’ on Netflix?’,” Ross said during a recent phone interview. The episode includes a scene shot inside Siccardi’s exhibit in
Time Out LA – The popular exhibit turns ‘The Starry Night’ and other pieces into swirling, room-filling projections.
It’s been on postcards, tote bags, coffee cups and T-shirts, and now the latest form of The Starry Night’s pop culture domination—as a full-height wall projection—is set to come to Los Angeles. “Immersive Van Gogh,” an exhibition that, true to its name, transforms the iconic paintings of Vincent van Gogh into moving, wall-filling projections, will
In the 1998 film “What Dreams May Come,” a pediatrician played by Robin Williams is transported to the afterlife after a car crash. There, he reunites with long-lost loved ones, and heaven — at least his idea of it — is a series of landscapes that recall his wife’s paintings. The doctor reaches out to