It’s easy to see why the Van Gogh Alive exhibition has been so successful. Visitors to the kaleidoscopic experience are surrounded by large-scale projections of some of the Dutch post-impressionist painter’s most famed creations. When the exhibition came to Sydney in 2020, it attracted thousands of visitors from across the city and beyond. The multi-sensorial art show proved to be an incredibly moving experience especially given the strange times we were living in (read: The COVID-19 pandemic). In case you’ve missed the incredible show, it has now been extended through February 2023 due to popular demand.
Van Gogh Alive
Experience The Starry Night, Sunflowers and a number of other images as they swirl, sway and soar in a digital projection. And we’re not just talking giant screens, the works are displayed on columns, walls and the ceiling completely drenching the arena for a truly immersive experience. And this time round, Sydneysiders can expect four additional experiences. An infinity sunflower room, Van Gogh’s bedroom and Van Gogh’s Café Terrace at Night will be highlighted. Visitors can also head to the Starry Night Room which promises an experience akin to walking through the famous painting.
Van Gogh Alive has travelled across the world in over 70 countries. In NSW, the show first opened in Newcastle at the Foreshore Park before coming to Sydney. It’s the perfect end-of-year treat for art lovers and Sydneysiders in general.
Experience Vincent Van Gogh and his art in a way you never have before. Van Gogh Alive is so much more than what you have already seen online. The magic will happen at the Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park and tickets are now on sale. Snag some here.