Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Opens In Cleveland

For months, the Cleveland Immersive Van Gogh exhibit has been building buzz by keeping its location under wraps. But this week the exhibit opened inside a renovated warehouse on East 72nd Street – now known as Lighthouse Artspace Cleveland. The exhibit is interactive. It uses dozens of projectors to create a 360⁰ degree, virtual reality exhibition of the work of Dutch impressionist Vincent van Gogh.

After his death in 1890, he became one of the most famous figures in Western art. Throughout his life, he created more than 2,000 works of art, and this exhibit features some 400 of his paintings.  

Inside the Immersive Van Gogh exhibit [Michael Brosilow]

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