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St. Louis Beyond Van Gogh to view this September

George Vandervalk
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SAINT LOUIS, MO — Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is coming to St. Louis this September. The exhibition will display a new way to experience Van Gogh’s arts and let you get immersed in Van Gogh’s artwork like never before. Beyond Van Gogh will be held in Starry Night Pavilion at Saint Louis Galleria.

Crafted with immersive and imaginative by world-renowned audiovisual designers, Beyond Van Gogh will be presented in a unique way. The exhibition will use projection technology to create an immersive and engaging journey into the artworks of Van Gogh. The exhibition will let you experience the narrative of his dreams, thoughts, and words through the projection of his artworks.

The Beyond Van Gogh exhibit will give a unique multimedia experience of artworks coming alive, projected into multi-surfaces, showcasing the artworks in detail, and would heighten the visitor’s senses.

Beyond Van Gogh St. Louis will be a limited engagement exhibition that will open from September 20 to 23 and September 27 to 30. This experience will take an hour to have you completely immersed in Van Gogh’s art.

You wouldn’t want to miss viewing through the journey to see and experience over three hundred Van Gogh’s iconic artworks. The exhibition will also include the most famous classics "The Starry Night", "Sunflowers", and "Cafe Terrace at Night".

To ensure visitors can view the exhibit safely, Beyond Van Gogh follows COVID-19 guidelines such as, there will be limited capacity and timed tickets, arrow markings and separate entrance and exit directions, increasing surface cleaning, sanitizers will be provided, contactless transactions and masks are required in the venue.

To purchase tickets and choose the date, click here.

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