VAN ‘GOGH BY CAR’: DRIVE-THRU ART EXHIBIT COMING SOON TO TORONTO

Physical distancing measures won’t prevent art lovers from admiring the works of Vincent van Gogh in an upcoming digital art exhibition that will allow them to take in the masterpieces from the comfort of their cars.

TORONTO — Physical distancing measures won’t prevent art lovers from admiring the works of Vincent van Gogh in an upcoming digital art exhibition that will allow them to take in the masterpieces from the comfort of their cars.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of the “Immersive Van Gogh” exhibit are allowing ticket-holders to drive their vehicles inside the 4,000 square foot Toronto Star industrial warehouse housing the digital art beginning June 18.

The exhibition, which was initially set to open May 1, will display some of the most famous works by the famed Dutch painter, such as “Starry Night,” and “Sunflowers,” through the use of light, sound, and digital projections.

Corey Ross, co-producer of “Immersive Van Gogh,” said there will be digital projections on every surface inside the industrial printing press room of the Toronto Star building.

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