The exhibition, officially titled Imagine Van Gogh, the original immersive exhibit in Image Totale, will now run until September 7.
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Imagine Van Gogh, an immersive exhibition of the works of Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh, has once again been extended to the Vancouver Convention Center.
The exhibit, officially titled Imagine Van Gogh, the original immersive exhibit in Image Totale, will run through September 7 with expanded hours that will include an earlier opening time of 8:30 a.m. on weekends starting on Saturday.
The art exhibition was scheduled to end on June 11 before being initially extended until August 29.
Created by French artistic directors Annabelle Mauger and Julien Baron, the immersive experience sees more than 200 works by Van Gogh – including Sunflowers and Starry Night – projected onto the surfaces of the 25,000 square foot convention center.
The art exhibit is a non-contact experience and COVID-19 protocols, including social distancing, are in place.
Tickets start at $ 33.99, plus service charges and fees, and can be found, along with more information about the event, at imagine-vangogh.com.