If you find traditional museums boring and have a hard time focusing on two dimensional paintings, you’re in for a treat. This new Van Gogh experience in Paris lets you experience the famed artist like never before — through an immersive light and sound show featuring some of his most well-known paintings.
The Vincent van Gogh, la nuit étoilée exhibition, which runs until December 31, 2019 at l’Atelier des Lumières, will dazzle visitors with some of Van Gogh’s most famous paintings projected onto massive walls; there are 2,000 moving pictures in total accompanied by a beautiful playlist.
The goal of the exhibition is to allow visitors to explore Van Gogh’s evolution as an artist, from works like Starry Night (1889), The Sunflowers (1888), Potato Eaters (1885), and The Bedroom (1889). The exhibit seeks to highlight the artist’s powerful and expressive brushstrokes, projected all over the huge space, and give visitors a guided immersive tour through the various stages of Van Gogh’s art.
The exhibition costs $14.50 per adult, and is open Monday to Thursday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. You can book your ticket on the official website.
H/T: The Guardian