Updated: Jul 9
The Immersive Exhibition - London, Ontario
End of October my girlfriends and I went to London (Ontario) to visit the Imagine Van Gogh exhibition.
The immersive events are popular around the globe and attract millions of visitors.
Most of the experiences involve guests moving from room to room, with walls/ceilings/ceilings decorated with moving projections of Van Gogh's work.
The moving works are typically accompanied by classical music.
Who was Van Gogh?
Vincent Van Gogh was born in 1853. He is considered one of the greatest Dutch painters of the post-Impressionist era, although he was virtually unknown and poor throughout his life.
He created over 2100 works, but only sold one: The Red Vineyard.
His famous works include "Starry Night", "Sunflowers" and "Self-Portrait".
My girlfriends and I enjoyed the exhibition a lot. It wasn't too busy and you could stay as long as you wanted. you could freely move around, sit on a chair or simply on the floor to admire the vibrant and genius work of the Dutch master.
It is always nice to see, that art brings people with different backgrounds together, connects them and makes them happy.
Now we hope that more exhibitions like this will come to our area.