Vancouver Welcomes the Immersive Imagine Van Gogh Exhibition for Spring 2021

From the famous Starry Night and Sunflowers to the lesser-known Garden of St Paul’s Hospital and Wheatfield with Crows, over 200 of Van Gogh’s paintings will come to life in Vancouver for an immersive exhibit set to open Spring 2021.

Imagine Van Gogh, the original immersive exhibition from Europe featuring more than 200 of the Dutch artist’s paintings, is coming to Vancouver in February 2021, at the Award- Winning Vancouver Convention Centre.

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Created by French Artistic Directors Annabelle Mauger and Julien Baron, famous for their immersive exhibits Cathédrale d’Images in Les Baux-de-Provence, Imagine Van Gogh was presented first by Encore Productions in France, where it amazed audiences with its grandiose and immersive concept of Total Image; the viewer is literally transported on a journey to the heart of the artist’s work. The exhibit brings Van Gogh’s canvases to life in a vivid, spectacular way: the audience will literally enter the artist’s world of dreams.

“Original canvasses are expanded and fragmented, then projected into unusual shapes to emphasize the mesmerizing exaggerations and distortions of Van Gogh’s work. Visitors experience their energy, emotion, and beauty like never before,” says Annabelle Mauger.

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COVID-19 Measures

The health and safety of guests, employees and the community remain the highest priority. The exhibition is a contactless experience. A limited number of guests will be allowed in on a timed-entry basis, hand sanitizer will be provided, physical distancing of two meters will be required, and masks will be mandatory upon entering. The exhibition will adhere to all safety guidelines established by the B.C. government.

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