The incredible exhibition celebrates the life and work of one of the greatest artists of all time, offering visitors a new perspective on his most famous works.
An immersive Van Gogh exhibition is coming to Dublin this May in a unique celebration of one of the most renowned artists of all time.
The Royal Dublin Society (RDS) Arena will transform into an immersive 20,000 sq ft (1,858 sq m) light and sound display showcasing the artist’s work in a new and powerful way.
The incredible digital exhibition is set to take over the RDS Arena from 16 May to 4 August this year.
An incredible display of art – experience Van Gogh’s work like never before
The immersive Van Gogh exhibition is coming to Dublin this May. The show has already enjoyed a series of sell-out shows all around the world, in cities like London and Tokyo.
The immersive digital art experience coming to Ireland will showcase a three-dimensional twist on the work of one of the world’s most celebrated artists.
The 360-degree display will feature spectacular two-storey projections of some of the artists most famous works, including The Starry Night and Sunflowers.
Project director Jillian Wilson said, “You get to walk through the fascinating and tragic life of Van Gogh, through his carefully curated artworks, chosen to fully absorb you in a multi-sensory experience, with mindblowing audio-visual effects.”
Immersive Van Gogh exhibition coming to Dublin – celebrating the legacy of the Dutch artist
The exhibition has not only proven popular among art lovers. Van Gogh is the artist behind some of the most recognisable paintings ever created. So, even those who aren’t art enthusiasts have been enthralled by the beautiful exhibition.
Vincent van Gogh was a Dutch painter known for his sweeping and emotive Post-Impressionist paintings. Born in 1853 in Zundert, Netherlands, the artist created an incredible 2,100 artworks in his life, including 860 oil paintings.
Living a tragic and troubled life, the artist is not only remembered for his beautiful works. Rather, many will recognise Van Gogh as the man who cut his own ear off and didn’t gain recognition for his art until after his death.
How to visit – everything you need to know
The immersive Van Gogh exhibition is coming to Dublin from 16 May to 4 August 2022. So, visitors will have plenty of time to experience this breathtaking display.
The exhibition includes content that is suitable for people from all walks of life. From families to school groups, couples to seniors, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
The exhibition will be open seven days a week. You can visit from 10 am to 7 pm on Monday to Wednesday. Then from 10 am to 10 pm on Thursday to Sunday.
Parking is available at the RDS Arena at a rate of €7.00 per day, subject to availability.
Tickets cost €22.66 plus fees and you can purchase online before visiting. A very limited number of tickets will be available to buy onsite. Thus, organisers advise purchasing beforehand.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit vangoghdublin.com.