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Dec 08, 2023 / 15:46

Van Gogh's 360-degree immersive art exhibition comes to Vietnam

Through a masterful fusion of art, narrative, and technology, the exhibition gives viewers a unique intimacy and knowledge of Van Gogh's work.

For the first time, the "Van Gogh - Immersive Experience" exhibition will be presented to Vietnamese art lovers after its global tour to more than 80 countries, garnering 8.5 million visitors in just five years.

Starting December 9, Van Gogh's 360-degree digital immersive art exhibition will open at Giga Mall Thu Duc, Ho Chi Minh City. 

The illustration of Van Gogh - Immersive Experience Exhibition by Van Gogh Expo Vietnam

The exhibition is designed to be a must-see not only for art lovers but for visitors from all walks of life and of all ages.

It presents Van Gogh's most iconic works through a mix of stunning replicas, cutting-edge digital projections, virtual reality, and spectacular atmospheric light and sound.

According to the organizer, with a spacious area of 3,800 sqm2, both indoor and outdoor, the exhibition will offer Vietnamese audiences the colorful world of Van Gogh's paintings through 16 exhibition sections where his over 900 outstanding artworks are displayed.

In particular, the most unique space of the exhibition is the 360-degree mapping light display of Vincent's Soul, showcasing the beautiful artworks of the world's greatest painter. The audience can freely and comfortably lie down, stand, or sit to enjoy these paintings.

The exhibition will also offer multiple services and spaces to meet all the needs of visitors, such as Vincent's Restaurant, Vincent's Souvenir Shop, and others.

 Illustration by Van Gogh Expo Vietnam.

Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh (1853 - 1890) is considered one of the greatest of the Post-Impressionists. The bold colors, emphatic brushwork, and contoured forms of his work strongly influenced the Expressionist movement in modern art.

Van Gogh's art became astonishingly popular after his death, especially in the late 20th century, when his works sold for record-breaking sums at auctions around the world and were featured in blockbuster traveling exhibitions. Partly because of his voluminous published letters, Van Gogh has also been mythologized in the popular imagination as the quintessential tortured artist.