Long time no travel post, about two weeks ago I moved to NYC area, so this explains the radio silence on the blog. But, the last month and a half have been a bit hectic. Packing, moving, flying, unpacking and what not. But it’s been almost 20 days since I came so I am pretty much settled. Anyway last week I saw that the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition is in NYC and I had to go. For all of you that don’t know Van Gogh is my favorite artist, that is why I had to see this exhibit.

I booked the tickets online via their official website, I’ll leave you the link here. I suggest booking a few days in advance, and if you can avoid the weekends since it will be crowded. I went during the week around 3pm and it was still somewhat crowded.

The exhibition is on Pier 36, and it consists of a 40 minute video and audio show covering some of Van Gogh’s work and paintings, including the world famous “The Starry Night”, “Almond Blossoms”, “Irises”, “Bedroom in Arles” and more.

The exhibition is created by he world-renowned master of digital art, Italy’s Massimiliano Siccardi. This same exhibit was touring Europe two years ago, and it’s currently touring the USA. The exhibit gives you the rare opportunity to step inside and experience the incredible post-Impressionist works of Van Gogh like never before. Back in 2017 I visited the Van Gogh museum when I was in Amsterdam, which cannot be compared to anything else. But this exhibit was truly exceptional.

The exhibit lasts around 40 minutes and you are taken into experiencing Van Gogh’s work like never before. The video show is impeccably paired with music that will give you goosebumps and leave you in awe.

Photos from this exhibition don’t do any justice that’s why I posted a reel on my insta which captures this experience a little bit better, leaving you the link here.

It’s truly an unique and remarkable experience you should see if you are an art lover.