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NYC’s Immersive Van Gogh is Back: It will have you floating on air and doing yoga

The much-talked about Original Immersive Van Gogh experience is back by popular demand. In case you missed it the first time, make sure to book yourself a ticket for December stat. New York’s Immersive Van Gogh installation will go on for all of December and end on January 2nd.

What makes this exhibit worth visiting? The Dutch master we know and love has always been celebrated and loved for his moving work and complex mind, but the creators of Immersive Van Gogh bring you even closer to feeling what Van Gogh might have felt while painting. From beginning to end it is a rollercoaster of Van Gogh’s brilliance, beauty and madness.

Upon entering you will see cutting-edge interactive elements created by David Korins. The designer Massimiliano Siccardi, along with soundtrack creator Luca Longobardi, pioneered immersive digital art experiences in France. The venue, Pier 36 (299 South St.), allows for 600,000 cubic feet of stunning projections.

You will feel yourself moving with the flow of the music and be inspired by the largeness of each detail. The vastness of the space and relaxing atmosphere truly beckons you to stay a while and just dream.

Elevate your experience even further by booking a yoga class. We cannot think of a better place to move your body while being inspired by art and music. You can stay afterwards and enjoy the show again.

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