Van Gogh Exhibit Los Angeles OR

Van Gogh Exhibit Los Angeles OR

Van Gogh Exhibit Los Angeles4


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 ArtSpace Los Angeles into a truly one-of-a-kind venue – crafting an experience you wiDeborah 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 theLet’s acknowledge right away some of the more problematic aspects of the VG experience. If producers are scrambling to bring Van Gogh to cities around the globe — sometimes with multiple competing shows in the same city — it’s not because they’re art philanthropists. These shows make money. With tickets ranging from $25 to $65 and up for “VIP experiences,” there’s a fortune to be made from the world’s apparently insatiable appetite for Van Gogh. Among the various shows’ backers is the Los Angeles talent company IMG (International Management Group), funder of fashion shows, sporting events, and other lucrative spectacles. (Source:www.lareviewofbooks.org


Full room projections put viewers inside the painting, with close-ups of individual brush strokes and moving, swirling color. Visitors to the exhibit can walk by the "Cafe Terrace at Night," view the "Starry Night Over the Rhone," and bask in bright, beautiful flowers from one of the artist's many still life pieces.

A visitor observes the "Beyond Van Gogh" exhibit on April 12, 2021 in Miami. (Gayaman Visual Studio) (Source: www.nbclosangeles.com)



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