Step into the creative universe of Vincent van Gogh at the BGC Arts Center.
Yes, art buffs, it’s time to indulge your senses once again. Following the resounding success of the Wisdom of Da Vinci AI exhibition and Michaelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition, another immersive art experience is coming to BGC: Van Gogh Alive.
Dubbed the epitome of multi-sensory exhibition encounters, the showcase has captivated the imaginations of over 8.5 million individuals spanning 90 cities around the globe. Come this October, Filipinos will be granted the unique opportunity to submerge themselves in the world of Vincent van Gogh as his artworks are meticulously rendered and projected onto the walls, screens, floors, and even ceilings of the exhibition space. These grandiose images, surpassing the dimensions of reality, sway in perfect harmony with a timeless classical score, creating a symphony of visual and auditory marvels.
Quick Guide for First Timers: Van Gogh Alive at the BGC Arts Center
For the second time around, the Bonifacio Art Foundation and Melbourne-based immersive arts company Grande Experiences bring Van Gogh Alive to the Philippines. To recall, the multi-sensory experience was first brought to the Philippines in 2019 at the One Bonifacio High Street Mall.
This time, the exhibit re-emerges with great grandeur at the enticing exhibit space within the BGC Arts Center, a renowned cultural epicenter located in the vibrant heart of Taguig City.
As per the BGC Arts Center, the immersive spectacle of Van Gogh Alive will be an exploration of Vincent van Gogh’s transformative journey through the landscapes of Arles, Saint Remy, and Auvers-sur-Oise:
“This year, the Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. brings this exhibition to new heights at the BGC Arts Center with more interactive, in-depth experiences, making our guests parts of the historical art journey of Van Gogh.”
These are the very locales where the maestro brought to life many of his profoundly influential and memorable masterpieces.
With the classical score that weaves together the captivating array of over 3,000 images visually sprawling in the exhibit area, it is no wonder why visitors have been wanting to get fully immersed in the intricacies of the post-impressionist painter’s artistry.