You Can Walk Through Van Gogh's Starry Night At This Immersive Exhibit Coming To Montreal
Van Gogh's works come to life in this ephemeral space.
- A Vincent Van Gogh exhibit coming to Montreal includes giant projections of the artist's work on walls and floors.
- The immersive experience allows visitors to live the famous paintings like never before.
Immersive exhibitions are popular in Montreal. Quebecers who rushed to Feux Follets, a completely new light experience, and even exhibition Imagine Van Gogh is landing in Montreal this winter. It's designed to give you the impression of travelling within the famous artist's paintings., an exhibition that brought us back to childhood, are sure to flock to the next attraction coming soon to the city. First presented in Europe, the
Indeed, as the photos from Europeans who had the chance to see the exhibition before us demonstrate, the paces makes Van Gogh's paintings multidimensional through projections on towering walls as well as the floor. And for real, who has never gotten lost looking at Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night? This time, it will be truer than ever.
The show begins on December 5,* and the ticket presale is expected to begin soon. Visitors can stroll through the rooms animated with giant images from Vincent Van Gogh's paintings: "The details, the touches, the material, the colours take [participants] to an extraordinary experience where all the senses are awake."
The exhibit includes more than 200 works, including the classic Starry Night, Sunflowers, Iris, and Cranberry Wheat Field along with a soundtrack that will enhance the experience.
This is an exposition to stimulate your imagination and stir emotions.
We can also see a lot of photos on social networks of French people who have decided to sit in the middle of the room to contemplate everything and let themselves travel in the canvases. It's just beautiful to see.
Immersive Exhibition Of The Work Of Vincent Van Gogh
Cost: The pre-sale starts soon. The ticket price has not yet been announced.
When: From December 5,* 2019.
Address: Arsenal Contemporary Art, 2020 Rue William
Why You Have To Go: To live an immersive, unique, and ephemeral experience that will make you live a moment that will leave you without words.
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.
*This article has been updated.