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From the creators of a blockbuster show in Paris celebrating the iconic artist comes a new Immersive Van Gogh New York City Exhibit. The technologically enhanced immersive exhibit allows visitors to experience the art of Vincent Van Gogh in new and exciting ways. During the exhibit, you’ll be immersed in approximately 600,000 cubic feet of mesmerising projections that masterfully bring the legend’s paintings and shed light on his genius in engaging ways. As you walk through the massive projections, get a close look at the detailed brushstrokes and colours like never seen before.
The Immersive Van Gogh NYC Exhibit allows visitors to immerse themselves in the stunning artwork including cheery landscapes and iconic night scenes and still life paintings and portraits. Some of the famous artwork on display here includes Starry Night, The Potato Eaters, The Bedroom, Sunflowers, and much more. Planning to buy Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit NYC tickets? You’re at the right place. Learn everything there is to this fantastic exhibit and get your tickets right away.
The Immersive Van Gogh exhibit is exactly as immersive and engaging as the same suggests. The enchanting animations of Van Gogh’s masterpieces are soundtracked by Luca Longobardi and feature both classic and contemporary music.
The exhibit houses more than forty of Van Gogh’s paintings including The Potato Eaters, Starry Night, Sunflowers, and The Bedroom, among many others.
The exhibit has been designed masterfully to fit perfectly to the unique architecture of Pier 36. To elevate your experience even further, the venue has been enhanced by extra site-specific installations, experiential and immersive elements unlike any other exhibit, and dedicated viewing platforms.
Vincent Willem van Gogh was a post-impressionist painter who is regarded as one of the most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art. Unfortunately, this fame came to him only post his death. In the last decade of his life, he created about 2,100 pieces of art, including some 860 oil paintings dating back to the last two years of his life.
Van Gogh specialized in still lifes, landscapes, self-portraits, and portraits that were identifiable by their striking colors and dramatic and expressive brushwork. His work is believed to have laid the foundations of modern art, making him a revered icon in the world of art.
Despite all his talent, Van Gogh was not commercially successful and died of suicide after 37 years of mental illness, poverty, and depression.
The opening hours of the Van Gogh New York exhibit are as follows:
June 10 - June 13
Thursday: 2 PM - 10 PM
Friday: 12 PM - 10 PM
Saturday-Sunday: 9 AM - 10 PM
June 14 - June 20
Monday -Thursday: 10 AM - 10 PM
Friday - Sunday: 9 AM - 10 PM
June 21 - September 6
Monday -Thursday: 10 AM - 10 PM
Friday - Saturday: 9 AM - 11 PM
Sunday: 9 AM - 10 PM
Address: Pier 36 NYC, 299 South Street. New York, NY 10002
Subway: Take the F Train to East Broadway. From the station, take the Rutgers St./Madison St. Pier 36 is within walking distance from the station.
Taxi: You can either hail the iconic NYC yellow cab or book your ride through a ride-hailing app like Uber or Lyft. Please note that taking the cab is much more expensive than taking the subway.
Yes, a new set of Immersive Van Gogh NYC tickets went on sale starting 24th April.
Yes, you can purchase your Van Gogh exhibit tickets online from the official website or from a number of third-party websites.
No, you will have to pay a fee to store your personal belongings at the coat check.
No, outside food and beverages (including alcohol) are not allowed inside the venue.
You can choose between flexi tickets and timed tickets. The former allows you to arrive 2 hours before or after the start time while the latter has a smaller window of only 20 minutes.
This depends on the type of ticket picked. It is advised you check the cancellation policy on the ticket before making a purchase.