The first Immersive Van Gogh movie has been elevated to blockbuster status and is now the most sought-after ticket. Immersive Van Gogh sold out its run in Toronto and is now been sold out and has extended its run to Chicago and San Francisco opened in March in the beginning of March, and has been sold out. In the wake of Los Angeles and New York announcements regarding ticket sales, both market quickly sold out and has been able to extend their run with more tickets available.
“Intense Van Gogh” is a new creation of the world-renowned digital artist the Italian Massimiliano Siccardi, who for 30 years has been the pioneer of immersive exhibitions throughout Europe. More than 2 million visitors have visited his amazing works.
With 60,600 video frames 90 million pixels and more than 500,000 cubic feet projections, this visually stunning art exhibit combines the latest technology, theatrical storytelling and top-quality animation. It offers visitors the rare chance of being able to “step inside” and experience the stunning post-impressionist art of Van Gogh as never before. Inspiring Van Gogh will leave its mark in a mysterious location that is yet to be identified.
It is the original Immersive Van Gogh an amazing, vivid stunning virtual art installation that allows viewers to experience the famous masterpieces of the post-impressionist artist, Vincent van Gogh. The exhibition evokes his emotional and chaotic inner world by combining light, art music, movement and imagination. The show is awe-inspiring with its towering projections that reveal the artist’s genius’s thoughts, the exhibition presents a carefully selected collection of paintings from the artist’s 2,000+ lifetime collection of works which include Les Mangeurs de pommes de terre (The Potato Eaters, 1885), La Nuit etoilee (Starry Night 1889), Les tournesols (Sunflowers 1887) as well as La Chambre of a coucher (The Bedroom 1888). The artworks will be displayed in the manner Van Gogh’s eyes first came across the landscapes, which were based on a lively life and changing landscapes, transformed into sharp and flowing strokes of brush.
Creative Director , and Italian filmmaker Massimiliano Siccardi has pioneered the art form through Immersive Van Gogh and elevated it to an unparalleled and unparalleled degree. Van Gogh once stated, “I dream my painting, and I paint my dreams.” Siccardi and his creative team, which has won awards, have made Van Gogh’s dreams come to life through the creation of unprecedented motions in his masterpieces. The exhibit also features unique, mood-setting music composed from Italian multi-media composer Luca Longobardi and Vittorio Guidotti as Art Director.
The one-hour, timed entry walk-through is made with safety and health as the top priority. Capacity is limited in line with guidelines of the City of Denver’s safety protocols. Additional security measures include ticket-taking using a touchless device and temperature check at the time of arrival as well as hand sanitizer stations. social distancing markers all over the venue, and also digitally projected circles of social distancing on the gallery floor to ensure proper spacing. Every guest are required to wear a mask throughout their stay.
“We’ve created a unique and enthralling production that functions safely during this pandemic,” Co-Producer Svetlana Dvoretsky. “Hundreds of thousands of guests have seen Immersive Van Gogh in small, socially-distanced safe groups. It is an honor to bring the arts back into peoples’ lives during these times,” co-producer Corey Ross.
“Despite being unknown throughout his life, Van Gogh’s artwork has created a lasting impact through its emotional richness and simple beauty,” said Massimiliano Siccardi, the Immersive Van Gogh artist. “Both myself and Luca Longobardi are very excited to visit Denver and once again bring Van Gogh’s legacy to life in a way that embraces this city’s one-of-a-kind energy.”
The immersive Van Gogh has been praised by art critics across the globe. The Chicago Tribune wrote, “entire rooms are alive with images as well as emotional response. In contrast, Chicago Time Out described the exhibit as “The future of immersive art.” San Francisco Chronicle , “After a year without big, splashy art happenings, this is a huge, indulgent way to dive back in.” The Toronto Sun declared, “the mind-blowing imagery, brings van Gogh’s best work to life — including Sunflower, Irises, and The Starry Night — for a cathartic and liberating experience. Immersive Van Gogh ups the emotional ante.” Debra Yeo of the Toronto Star said, “I wondered: could projections of paintings on walls and floors be thrilling? The answer is ‘yes.'” The project is described as an “completely new way of encountering art” by CTV and it’s a “blockbuster digital experience” that has revolutionized the art world by storm .