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FutureStarrVan gogh exhibit los angeles
One of the pandemic’s most popular art events is heading to the West Coast “Immersive Van Gogh,” a multisensory experience that made its debut in Toronto in July, will open in San Francisco in March and Los Angeles in May. The exhibits will run through the summer. “Immersive Van Gogh” opened in Chicago earlier this.It finally happened. Everyone's been waiting for it for decades.The highly anticipated opening of “Immersive Van Gogh” has been postponed by at least a day, organizers said, because the show hasn’t yet received its certificate of occupancy from the Los Angeles Fire Department indicating that the building meets fire code standards for large numbers of visitors.
Immersive Van Gogh invites audiences to "step inside" the iconic works of Van Gogh, evoking his highly emotional and chaotic inner consciousness through art, light, music, movement, and imagination. Designed by Creator and Italian film producer Massimiliano Siccardi and featuring music by Italian multimedia composer Luca Longobardi, the production harnesses 119,000 frames of captivating video totaling 148,000,000 pixels and 500,000+ cubic feet of projections, bringing the painter's masterpieces to life. Acclaimed Creative Director David Korins ("Hamilton," "Dear Evan Hansen") has created custom design elements for the Los Angeles debut. These include.The walk-through installation has been designed with health and safety as a priority. Admissions will be limited according to Los Angeles' capacity guidelines with touchless ticket-taking, hand sanitizer stations, and social distancing markers prominent throughout the venue, and digitally projected social distancing circles on the gallery floors to ensure appropriate spacing. All guests must wear a face covering at all times during their visit to Immersive Van Gogh per current Los Angeles guidelines.
Emmy Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated designer David Korins, known for his set designs featured in numerous Broadway hits including ‘Hamilton’ and ‘Dear Evan Hansen’, will design unique and experiential elements to transform Lighthouse Los Angeles into a truly one-of-a-kind venue – crafting an experience you will never forget! Deborah Vankin is an arts and culture writer for the Los Angeles Times. In what’s never a desk job, she has live-blogged her journey across Los Angeles with the L.A. County Museum of Art’s “big rock,” scaled downtown mural scaffolding with street artist Shepard Fairey, navigated the 101 freeway tracking the 1984 Olympic mural restorations and ridden Doug Aitken’s art train through the Barstow desert. Her award-winning interviews and profiles unearth the trends, issues and personalities in L.A.’s arts scene. Her work as a writer and editor has also appeared in Variety, LA Weekly and the New York Times, among other places. Originally from Philadelphia, she’s the author of the graphic novel “Poseurs.” (Source: www.latimes.com)