- The Van Gogh Alive exhibit has finally arrived in Manila.
- It will open its doors to art lovers on October 26.
- The exhibit which will feature around 3,000 inspirational images from the artist, will run until December 8.
MANILA, Philippines—The much awaited “Van Gogh Alive” art exhibit is finally here for every art enthusiasts alike.
The multi-sensory experience features the Dutch painter’s masterpieces projected onto walls set to a classical music score.
The world famous digital art exhibit that brings Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings to life, projecting them onto walls accompanied by an evocative classical music score, is coming to Manila this month.
“Van Gogh Alive,” dubbed the “most visited multi-sensory exhibition experience,” is scheduled to open at the 4th level of One Bonifacio High Street at Bonifacio Global City, Taguig beginning October 26.
Tickets for the art exhibit are priced at P750 for adults and P450 for children and students (up to college), and are available for purchase through the official Van Gogh Alive Philippines website or through the Mind Museum ticket booth and at the Van Gogh Alive Ticket Booth at the fourth floor of One Bonifacio High Street.
They will also be available on-site starting on its opening day.
Children below two feet are free of charge.
The Van Gogh Alive exhibit will be open from Mondays to Sundays at certain time slots:
- 11 am – 12:30 pm
- 12:30 pm – 2 pm
- 2 pm – 3:30 pm
- 3:30 pm – 5pm
- 5 pm – 6:30 pm
- 6:30 pm – 8 pm
- 8 pm – 9:30 pm
According to the Van Gogh Alive website, guests are treated to an interactive journey of Vincent Van Gogh’s works of art, set according to their places of creation, Arles, Saint Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise.
The goal of the exhibit, according to creators Grande Exhibitions, is to immerse audiences not only in the many timeless masterpieces of Van Gogh through huge projections, light, and sound, but also to tell a part of the painter’s life by showing where he created them.
There will be a display of more than 3,000 inspirational images transforming on every surface from walls, columns, ceilings to even floors in the exhibit.
The show will run until December 8. –Rappler, ABS-CBN News