GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Projections of whirling lights and twisting shades helps make viewers experience like they’ve stepped into Vincent Van Gogh paintings.
Which is aspect of a traveling, immersive artwork exhibit now on show in Grand Rapids.
Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Practical experience opened to the community this 7 days at DeVos Spot in downtown Grand Rapids.
The exhibition was cancelled on Tuesday’s planned opening night because of to technological difficulties but organizers mentioned the challenges have been fastened and was open up on Wednesday, June 15.
Featuring much more than 300 of Van Gogh’s artworks, the show takes advantage of huge, multi-dimensional projections of Van Gogh’s paintings. It creates an effect with light-weight and shade that “swirls and dances as it refocuses into the bouquets, cafes and landscapes of his famed artworks.”
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Van Gogh was a Dutch, submit-impressionist painter whose painting involve The Starry Night, The Potato Eaters, and Wheatfield with Crows. He was regarded, according to a profile by the web site artble, “for his bold, dramatic brush strokes which expressed emotion and added a sensation of movement to his operates.” He died in 1890 at the age of 37.
Over and above Van Gogh was established by French-Canadian imaginative director Mathieu St-Arnaud and his group at Montreal’s Regular Studio, in accordance to a information release.
The occasion runs in Grand Rapids right up until July 9 with prices starting off at $32.99 for adults and $23.99 for young children (ages 5-15), as well as ticketing costs. Tickets are offered now at vangoghgrandrapids.com.
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