“Van Gogh Alive”: Engaging Art Through your Senses

“Van Gogh Alive”: Engaging Art Through your Senses

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Prepare to be engulfed by one of the most influential painters— “Van Gogh alive is a world famous exhibition that does not conform to the usual protocols of museums that display their art. This time you can touch the art, and it can also touch you.

Live through a synergistic experience by walking through Van Gogh’s work of art and its place of creation such as Arles, Saint Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise from every surface of the exhibit.

Grande Exhibitions in collaboration with The Bonifacio Art Foundation Inc. (BAFI) and One Bonifacio High Street (One BHS), “Van Gogh Alive” will be coming to Manila with the mission to stimulate Filipinos into an entirely new perspective.

Grande Exhibitions promises an experience like no other with their SENSORY4™ technology that channels motion graphics, cinematic quality, surround sound and multiple projectors to fill the room with the beautiful works of Van Gogh.

Catch this one-of-a-kind artistic experience starting October 28, 2019 to December 8, 2019 at at One Bonifacio High Street, fourth floor.

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