Une exposition dédiée à Van Gogh ouvre ses portes le 7 juillet à l'espace EDF Bazacle

An immersive exhibition of Van Gogh’s masterpieces opens in July at the EDF Bazacle space in Toulouse

After filming in London, New York, Naples, or even Barcelona, ​​a Immersive Gallery Dedicated to Van Gogh It opens its doors on July 7 in Toulouse. France Bleu Occitanie reveals the place exclusively to you: the immersive experience will be installed in EDF Bazacle space. Unusual and huge place to visit, in the heart of the hydroelectric power station, on the banks of the Garonne river. This exhibition is unprecedented in France.

360 degree experience

The exhibition organized by Hub Gallery entitled Van Gogh Immersive Experience It has been around the world since 2017 and has received more than 6 million visitors. The goal is to immerse the visitor in the heart of hundreds of masterpieces of the Dutch master, a true 360-degree digital spectacle, where the paintings of the genius of 19th century paintings are projected onto the walls, floor and ceiling. Legendary works materialize before your eyes: starry night, sunflowers, wheat field with crows, bedroom.

The play is also sound: the narrators tell you about the tormented, chaotic and poetic world of the artist, his friendships and his inspirations. The show lasts 35 minutes. The room also presents a documentary on Van Gogh’s photographic techniques, and you can also enjoy paintings via a virtual reality helmet. The show was voted the best immersive experience last year by the US national newspaper USA Today.

The Van Gogh Gallery in Dive opens July 7th in Toulouse
Exhibition Center

Exhibition until the end of September

Probably Reserve your tickets in previewfrom this Friday 9th June at 12:00pm The exhibition must be scheduled until the end of September but can be extended to allow schools to form partnerships. Night music is planned this summer.

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Entry fee: 15 euros for adults and 10 euros for children.

Open: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: 10 am to 7 pm, Friday and Saturday: 10 am to 9 pm.

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