The 360º multi-sensorial exhibition of the masterpieces by post-impressionist Dutch master Vincent van Gogh will finally make its way to Southeast Asia, and it will be held in Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore this March!
Ranked as one of the top 12 best immersive experiences by CNN and having received over 5 million visitors since 2017, it will be the first time that the “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience” comes to Southeast Asia.
The show, which occupies more than 1,500 square meters of space at the B1 Forum, uses wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling digital projections to give viewers a fascinating sight of more than 300 of Vincent van Gogh’s sketches, drawings, and paintings. Visitors can sit in a double-height central projection area and take in the visual splendor all around them.
There is a room wherein you can have a 10-minute Virtual Reality experience called “A Day in the Life of the Artist” and it focuses on the sources of inspiration for some of Van Gogh’s most well-known paintings, such as Bedroom in Arles and Starry Night Over the Rhône.
In the nearby drawing studio, visitors can create their own works of art, which can then be scanned and made into a larger-than-life digital depiction for use as a custom photo backdrop.
The exhibition of traditional Japanese woodblock stamps and prints, which influenced van Gogh’s art, will make its world debut at the Singapore edition. Guests can participate in a Japanese matcha tea ritual as well.
Tickets for “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience” are now available on their official website, and tickets start at $15 for children and $24 for adults.
Check out the experience here:
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Featured photo by Van Gogh 360