The Van Gogh Exhibit in Houston
The Van Gogh exhibit is a digital art exhibition that combines video projections and audio to bring to life the works of this famous Dutch artist. This interactive experience uses 60,600 frames of video, which totals 500,000 cubic feet of projected light. Van Gogh Exhibit Houston
The exhibit is a collaboration between the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and the Kroller-Muller Museum in Otterlo, The Netherlands. Visitors can explore the artist's last few years as his landscapes move and interact with the landscapes around them.
In addition to the 360-degree art exhibition, the exhibit also features music by Italian multimedia composer Luca Longobardi. The soundtrack includes original compositions and classic and contemporary song selections.
Visitors can choose from a variety of ticket types to experience the exhibit. There are also VIP packages that include a VR component. It takes about an hour and a half to experience the entire experience.
The exhibit is located in a 16,500-square-foot warehouse converted into a space for the interactive exhibit. A video mapping process is used to combine images of the works of Vincent van Gogh with the environment in which the paintings were created.
Guests can enjoy the immersive art exhibition at least three times a day. Visitors can also purchase tickets to the exhibit as an add-on to other admissions. For the MFAH exhibition, tickets are sold until June.
If you are a fan of the artist, this exhibit is not to be missed. The immersive art experience brings 40 of his most iconic paintings to life.