Take a step inside the art and mind of Vincent Van Gogh at the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit coming to Los Angeles on May 27, 2021. Although the current location is still under wraps, it is said to be somewhere in the “Heart of Los Angeles.”
Designed by Massimiliano Siccardi, it features more than 500,000 cubic feet of projections from floor to ceiling, set in motion to music written and composed by Luca Longobardi. This is the same dream team that pioneered the original production at the Atelier Des Lumieres in Paris.
Visitors will be taken on an hour-long, socially-distanced walk through journey featuring more than 2,000 of Van Gogh’s masterpieces. Attendees will be surrounded by 360-degree views, 60,600 frames of video, and 90 million pixels of awe-inspiring works from “Le Moulin de la Galette” (“Windmill,” 1886) to “La Nuit étoilée” (“The Starry Night,” 1889).
Tickets are currently on sale, but sold out through September. Fortunately, due to its high demand, the exhibit has been extended through January 2, 2022. Prices start at $40 ($25 for children 16 and under), with VIP and flexible tickets available in addition to standard timed-ticket options.