You can now get tickets to this one-of-a-kind, multisensory art exhibition celebrating Vincent Van Gogh in Houston!
You’ve never experienced Van Gogh like this before. Instead of standing and staring at one of the iconic artist’s beautiful framed paintings from afar, imagine being able to walk inside one — the vibrant colors swirling around you while you take in the stunning, post-impressionist works in an otherworldly way.
Well, that’s exactly what you’ll be able to do at the brand new Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience coming to the Marq’E Entertainment Center in Houston this August!
This magical event from renowned European “edu-tainment” company Exhibition Hub utilizes a unique combination of several dozen projectors, 1000m2 screens, plus a separate high-tech VR adventure, to create a mind-bending 360° digital art experience. Their cutting-edge videomapping process is only used by a few companies around the world. And tickets to the exhibit have just been released to the public!
Lighting up 20,000 square feet with two-story projections, Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience will take you on a stunning ride through the incredible works of one of history’s greatest artists.
And since it’s digital, it’s entirely hands-free, making it a perfect COVID-19-safe and socially-distant activity. And made for all ages to enjoy!
After successful exhibits in London, Barcelona and a number of other cities around the world, the time has finally come for the spectacular exhibition to make its way to the states. The multisensory journey through these famous bodies of work is an entirely new way of experiencing art, bringing every stunning detail to life like never before. And, after an epic start in Atlanta, it’s finally coming to Houston in August
Using technology to recreate animated displays of these masterpieces you’ll be immersed directly in the paintings themselves, looking up at Starry Night and watching the stars dance around the room in Van Gogh’s iconic style. Get a taste of the magic below:
So, what are you waiting for?