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Experience a walk under Vincent Van Gogh’s ‘The Starry Night’

With shows across North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, Van Gogh 360 degree is making its debut in India. The very first of its kind exhibition, it’s a 360 degree digital art experience, multimedia mesmeric artistic affair which will exhibit the astonishing colours of Van Gogh’s most quintessential works. The audience is invited for an awe-inspiring journey into the world of Van Gogh.


Van Gogh 360 degrees by Festival House Inc. will exhibit Van Gogh’s paintings as large projections. The 3D format paintings will highlight the details of his pieces. Van Gogh 360 degree India is set to exhibit at the World Trade Centre in Mumbai from January 20 to February 3, 2023.


Van Gogh’s paintings are housed in galleries and collections around the globe and this exhibition brings over 300 of his most popular works together. It will design a fascinating expedition into the universe of the renowned post-impressionist artist by the help of notable audio-visual creators. Floor to ceiling projections are set to highlight the detail and colour of Van Gogh’s artistic world.

In a statement quoted in The Indian Express, famous DJ, music entrepreneur and India spokesperson Van Gogh 360° India, said “Vincent van Gogh’s art is one of the most famous in the world, with The Starry Night right up there with Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Edward Munch’s Scream. It is very recognisable and distinctive, and most importantly in the public domain. There has been a keen interest in demystifying the man behind this art with movies like Loving Vincent in recent years, and immersive exhibits are a great first step for falling in love with art. I am hopeful that the younger generation and especially our children are inspired by what they see.”


After the exhibition is over in Mumbai, it will travel to Bangalore and later on to the capital of the country New Delhi. The tickets for the show in Mumbai are live now. So book your tickets here to walk under ‘The Starry Night’ or bask in the meditative hues of ‘Almond Blossoms’.

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