Van Gogh Alive

  • Art
  1. ゴッホ アライブ東京展
    Photo: Grande Experiences/RB Create
  2. ゴッホ アライブ東京展
    Photo: Grande Experiences

Time Out says

Another immersive Van Gogh exhibition has made its way to Tokyo, with floor-to-ceiling projections to simulate the experience of walking into the Dutch Post-Impressionist painter’s greatest masterpieces. Titled ‘Van Gogh Alive’, this immersive digital exhibition is produced by Australian company Grande Experiences and has toured 99 cities worldwide, including Nagoya in 2022 and Kobe in 2023, before it opened in Tokyo in January this year.

On now through March 31 at the Terada Warehouse, the showcase uses up to 40 high-definition projectors and features over 3,000 visuals of Van Gogh’s art. Key pieces like ‘Sunflowers’ (1887) and ‘The Starry Night’ (1889) are vividly brought to life with the accompaniment of classical music, transporting you from Tokyo to Van Gogh’s favourite haunts in cities like Paris, Amsterdam and Arles.


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