When one can believe that the best offer Bicentenary Theater They had hit their roof. An invitation appears on the immediate horizon to enjoy an exhibition already visited by millions of people around the world: the ‘Van Goh Immersive Art Experience’.
It is a multi-sensory show based on the work of the greatest Impressionist painter that can be seen from 1 November to 30 November in the East Wing of the Main Hall of TB. The Great Coliseum, dependent on the provincial Ministry of Tourism and Culture, will be the center of incredible exhibitions that allow visitors to enter the works of Van Gogh and live a multisensory experience with music and a voice that describes the life and work of the Dutch painter. .
By the hand of designer Stefano Fek, the immersive exhibition presents more than 70 iconographic works by the painter, combining cutting-edge technology with specially designed pieces.
During the tour, the entire surface of the main hall is surrounded by paintings, which immerse the visitor inside the paintings, which come to life outside the frame through animated projections that, accompanied by a soundtrack, surround the public and lead them to a reflective one. Aesthetic, sensory and with a unique aesthetic that has never been seen before.
The tour ends with an arena in which every viewer will be able to experience virtual reality with a state-of-the-art headset, which is one of the other differences of the exhibition which travels the world and has been visited by millions of people. .
very important information
Duration: 60 minutes
- Monday to Thursday: 18:00 to 22:00
- Friday to Sunday 17:00 to 23:00
- Normal $2,500 (Wednesday to Sunday) and $2,000 (Monday and Tuesday)
- Children up to 12 years including $1000.
- Retirees and Pensioners $1000
- Children under 3 years old do not pay.
(Discounts for retirees and children under 12 are exclusively at the TB ticket office, presenting your ID and DNI as appropriate)
TB ticket office hours are Monday to Friday, 9:30 am to 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, and 10:00 am to 1:30 pm on Saturdays.