Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience just opened in the ATL, bringing to life the stunning works of the impressionist artist. If you’ve ever wanted to step inside the creations of one of history’s most iconic painters, now’s the time to do so since the exhibit just graced the stage of Atlanta Art Center.
360-degree projections, curated ambient sounds and interactive activities recreate Van Gogh’s sunflower-y universe, recounting the life story of the artist in unprecedented ways. The experience’s VR segment particularly transports viewers to Arles, France — right into Van Gogh’s home to live a day in his life. It’s an experience that you do not want to miss, right here in the ATL!
Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is officially open at Atlanta Art Center — grab tickets here!
It’s no secret that Van Gogh is revered as one of the most influential artists of all time. The painter who cut off his own hand, sold a single painting in his entire life and was highly influenced by Japanese artwork is an elusive character whom we have so much to learn about.
At Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, you’ll get to witness the impressionist’s life and inspiration. A walk-through segment before the projection room will provide more context on Van Gogh’s creativity and what brought him to craft some of his most well-known paintings.
Once you make it to the digital projection room, a true spectacle awaits: acclaimed works like ‘Sunflowers’, ‘Starry Night’ and ‘The Bedroom’ are magnified through 360-degree projections. Video and sound come together during this totally encompassing show, making for a true multisensory experience.
Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience had already made Atlanta its home back in 2021. Now it’s a completely new journey that just opened at Atlanta Arts Center, featuring never-before-seen projections and activities. If you’ve been to the experience a couple years back, you should totally go back for this brand new run of the adventure.
Since 2017, Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience has been touring over the globe, attracting over 5 million visitors. It’s even been praised as one of the best immersive experiences in the world by CNN, so you know you’re in for a treat.