Visit The Van Gogh Immersive Experience NYC

Self portrait by Vincent Van Gogh
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Art and culture are such an integral part of living in NYC. This summer, you will be able to visit Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience at Pier 36 in NYC! If you are an art lover, or if you are someone who is looking for a new fun experience in NYC- be sure to check this out! Keep reading to find out more.

People spectating the 360 degree Van Gogh experience with his paintings projected on walls

Step Inside

Step inside Pier 36 at 299 South Street and be amazed by the 360 degree experience you have found yourself in. The 75,000 square foot space has been transformed by Emmy Award winning and Tony Award nominated designer David Korins – known famously for set design of Broadway shows like Hamilton and Dear Even Hansen! This immersive experience has been done previously in other cities such, but NYC will be the largest exhibition show to date! Be sure to buy tickets in advance, prices range from $39.99 to $49.99 depending on what time of day you go. Tickets can be bought on their website

360 degree view of Van Gogh immersive exhibit

Make A Day Out Of Your Visit

If you are looking to make a full afternoon out of your trip, the Whitney Museum at 99 Gansevoort Street is only a short cab ride away! You can stop for lunch or an early dinner at Locanda Verde, which is steps from the Whitney Museum or any other restaurant you love in the area!

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Van Gogh's painting projected on a wall

Van Gogh

For anyone who needs a quick history on Van Gogh himself, he was a Dutch post-impressionist painter who lived from 1853-1890 whose work encompasses landscapes, still lives, portraits and self portraits. His unique brushwork can be stated to have aided in the building blocks of modern art. Having dealt with mental instabilities, he was denoted a “madman” during his lifetime and his works were not yet appreciated. He took his life at age 37. He began to gain fame in the early 20th century and his works are now among the most expensive paintings to be sold.  

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