Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Los Angeles

Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Los Angeles From creators of the blockbuster show in Paris seen by over 2 million visitors and still wowing crowds in Toronto, the west coast premiere of the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit will bring the art of Vincent to life in Los Angeles.

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What people are saying in Los Angeles! 🌻 "Such an enchanting experience revisiting the works of Van Gogh through this di...
10/22/2021

What people are saying in Los Angeles!
🌻 "Such an enchanting experience revisiting the works of Van Gogh through this digital immersive platform." - TT
🌻 "Immersive Van Gogh...was an experience like no other. I recommend it for art enthusiasts and amateurs alike." - GC
🌻 "A great interactive art experience with a little one." - SG

Posted with permission by @riinabel on Instagram ♥️

🎟️: bit.ly/IVG-LA
#VanGoghLA #LosAngeles #Hollywood #DiscoverLA #VanGogh #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

What people are saying in Los Angeles!
🌻 "Such an enchanting experience revisiting the works of Van Gogh through this digital immersive platform." - TT
🌻 "Immersive Van Gogh...was an experience like no other. I recommend it for art enthusiasts and amateurs alike." - GC
🌻 "A great interactive art experience with a little one." - SG

Posted with permission by @riinabel on Instagram ♥️

🎟️: bit.ly/IVG-LA
#VanGoghLA #LosAngeles #Hollywood #DiscoverLA #VanGogh #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

From Vincent (1888) to his brother Theo, then Max Meirowsky to Miriam Caroline Alexandrine de Rothschild to the N***s, t...
10/20/2021
Nazi-looted Van Gogh painting could fetch $30 million

From Vincent (1888) to his brother Theo, then Max Meirowsky to Miriam Caroline Alexandrine de Rothschild to the N***s, this painting, "Mueles de blé" (Wheat Stacks) has had a sorted history in contrast to its tranquil setting.

After the war, despite De Rothschild's efforts to reconstruct her looted art collection, it was acquired by the Wildenstein & Co. gallery in New York in 1978 and shortly sold to the late Texas oil magnate, Edward Lochridge Cox thereafter.

The painting, last seen in public in 1905 as part of a retrospective at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, is headed to auction and expected to sell for $30M after a settled ownership dispute between the heirs of De Rothschild and Cox.

Over a century since it was last seen in public, a vibrant Vincent van Gogh painting once seized by the N***s is heading to auction.

Gogh with Lifeway Kefir Immersive Yoga Classes have arrived in LA! 🧘‍♂️ Start off your day with Vincent & some immersive...
10/20/2021

Gogh with Lifeway Kefir Immersive Yoga Classes have arrived in LA! 🧘‍♂️ Start off your day with Vincent & some immersive yoga at our Hollywood venue ☺️ These immersive yoga classes are a unique wellness experience, featuring yoga and mindfulness sessions in the immersive art installation space, sponsored by Lifeway Foods, America's favorite kefir company 🌻

Tickets are limited - get yours today at bit.ly/IVG-LAyoga.

Thanks to @LifewayKefir for making this immersive yoga experience possible! Attendees receive a free Lifeway kefir snack. #VanGoghLA #GoghWithLifewayKefir #LoveYourGuts #LifewayKefir #VanGogh #LosAngeles #Hollywood #DiscoverLA #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

Gogh with Lifeway Kefir Immersive Yoga Classes have arrived in LA! 🧘‍♂️ Start off your day with Vincent & some immersive yoga at our Hollywood venue ☺️ These immersive yoga classes are a unique wellness experience, featuring yoga and mindfulness sessions in the immersive art installation space, sponsored by Lifeway Foods, America's favorite kefir company 🌻

Tickets are limited - get yours today at bit.ly/IVG-LAyoga.

Thanks to @LifewayKefir for making this immersive yoga experience possible! Attendees receive a free Lifeway kefir snack. #VanGoghLA #GoghWithLifewayKefir #LoveYourGuts #LifewayKefir #VanGogh #LosAngeles #Hollywood #DiscoverLA #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

In the winter of 1886-87, Vincent van Gogh bought 660 Japanese woodcut prints from a Parisian art dealer. Van Gogh was v...
10/18/2021

In the winter of 1886-87, Vincent van Gogh bought 660 Japanese woodcut prints from a Parisian art dealer. Van Gogh was very specific in choosing the 660 out of thousands of available prints and notably preferred prints with brighter colors.

It has been speculated that these were purchased on a whim with an intention to trade or sell the prints later. When that plan never came to fruition, he ended up using them as part of his study, and ultimately the motifs and color themes made their way into his work.

'Almond Blossom' is one of the most famous examples of this inspiration, and was given as a gift to his brother Theo and sister-in-law, Jo, after the birth of their son. (This son, named after his uncle Vincent, went on to found the Van Gogh Museum with this painting still in his posession).

credit: Oil on canvas, 73.3 cm x 92.4 cm. Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)

In the winter of 1886-87, Vincent van Gogh bought 660 Japanese woodcut prints from a Parisian art dealer. Van Gogh was very specific in choosing the 660 out of thousands of available prints and notably preferred prints with brighter colors.

It has been speculated that these were purchased on a whim with an intention to trade or sell the prints later. When that plan never came to fruition, he ended up using them as part of his study, and ultimately the motifs and color themes made their way into his work.

'Almond Blossom' is one of the most famous examples of this inspiration, and was given as a gift to his brother Theo and sister-in-law, Jo, after the birth of their son. (This son, named after his uncle Vincent, went on to found the Van Gogh Museum with this painting still in his posession).

credit: Oil on canvas, 73.3 cm x 92.4 cm. Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)

This drawing Donkey and cart was a study done with Pencil, charcoal, black chalk and opaque white watercolor, on laid pa...
10/16/2021

This drawing Donkey and cart was a study done with Pencil, charcoal, black chalk and opaque white watercolor, on laid paper in October 1881.

This drawing is one of the earliest drawings he depicted of his time in Etten, Netherlands. While Van Gogh was a truly spontaneous, impulsive and sensitive artist, he was also very calculated and organized in his continuous and dedicated practice of study throughout his career. It wasn't uncommon for him to choose a subject, and replicate it many times over in different circumstances.

Donkey and Cart 1881 by Vincent Van Gogh. Image courtesy of www.VincentVanGogh.org.

This drawing Donkey and cart was a study done with Pencil, charcoal, black chalk and opaque white watercolor, on laid paper in October 1881.

This drawing is one of the earliest drawings he depicted of his time in Etten, Netherlands. While Van Gogh was a truly spontaneous, impulsive and sensitive artist, he was also very calculated and organized in his continuous and dedicated practice of study throughout his career. It wasn't uncommon for him to choose a subject, and replicate it many times over in different circumstances.

Donkey and Cart 1881 by Vincent Van Gogh. Image courtesy of www.VincentVanGogh.org.

What people are saying in Los Angeles! 🌻 "Being a part of the art was a totally unique and memorable experience." - EJ🌻 ...
10/16/2021

What people are saying in Los Angeles!
🌻 "Being a part of the art was a totally unique and memorable experience." - EJ
🌻 "An incredibly creative way to present one dimensional art. Stunning!" - MD
🌻 "Loved every second." - DN

Posted with permission by @leezyoconnor on Instagram ♥️

🎟️: bit.ly/IVG-LA
#VanGoghLA #LosAngeles #Hollywood#DiscoverLA #VanGogh#ImpactMuseums#LighthouseImmersive

What people are saying in Los Angeles!
🌻 "Being a part of the art was a totally unique and memorable experience." - EJ
🌻 "An incredibly creative way to present one dimensional art. Stunning!" - MD
🌻 "Loved every second." - DN

Posted with permission by @leezyoconnor on Instagram ♥️

🎟️: bit.ly/IVG-LA
#VanGoghLA #LosAngeles #Hollywood#DiscoverLA #VanGogh#ImpactMuseums#LighthouseImmersive

Issue No.7 of smART Magazine, THE FIRST IN PRINT, arrives at Immersive Van Gogh on October 29th! *This issue celebrates ...
10/14/2021

Issue No.7 of smART Magazine, THE FIRST IN PRINT, arrives at Immersive Van Gogh on October 29th!
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This issue celebrates all the exhibits presented by Lighthouse Immersive—including the ubiquitous Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit—which continues to inspire wonder and awe across cities in North America.
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From the rooftops of Paris to the art-cafes of New York, this issue brings you on a tour of the visual and performing arts that animate the tapestry of art-hubs across North America and Europe.
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Purchase a copy today at www.smartbylighthouse.com, or grab a copy on your next visit to Immersive Van Gogh in Los Angeles!
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Follow @smartbylighthouse for more.

Issue No.7 of smART Magazine, THE FIRST IN PRINT, arrives at Immersive Van Gogh on October 29th!
*
This issue celebrates all the exhibits presented by Lighthouse Immersive—including the ubiquitous Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit—which continues to inspire wonder and awe across cities in North America.
*
From the rooftops of Paris to the art-cafes of New York, this issue brings you on a tour of the visual and performing arts that animate the tapestry of art-hubs across North America and Europe.
*
Purchase a copy today at www.smartbylighthouse.com, or grab a copy on your next visit to Immersive Van Gogh in Los Angeles!
*
Follow @smartbylighthouse for more.

Ready for a date night!? ❤️ We offer the ultimate date night experience at #ImmersiveVanGogh Los Angeles, touted to be o...
10/13/2021

Ready for a date night!? ❤️ We offer the ultimate date night experience at #ImmersiveVanGogh Los Angeles, touted to be one of the most memorable and romantic things to do! 😊

Our special package includes VIP tickets for two, a private date night area, a birds-eye view of the exhibit, a box of chocolates 🍫 and maybe another surprise or two! 😉 Grab your special someone and enjoy a night of romance! 🌻

🎟️: https://bit.ly/3FGahKN

📸: Sam Youkilis via The New York Times

#ImmersiveVanGogh #DateNight #LosAngeles #VanGoghLA #Hollywood #DiscoverLA #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

Ready for a date night!? ❤️ We offer the ultimate date night experience at #ImmersiveVanGogh Los Angeles, touted to be one of the most memorable and romantic things to do! 😊

Our special package includes VIP tickets for two, a private date night area, a birds-eye view of the exhibit, a box of chocolates 🍫 and maybe another surprise or two! 😉 Grab your special someone and enjoy a night of romance! 🌻

🎟️: https://bit.ly/3FGahKN

📸: Sam Youkilis via The New York Times

#ImmersiveVanGogh #DateNight #LosAngeles #VanGoghLA #Hollywood #DiscoverLA #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

133 years ago, in October of 1888, Vincent van Gogh completed the first of his three iconic 'Bedroom in Arles' paintings...
10/12/2021

133 years ago, in October of 1888, Vincent van Gogh completed the first of his three iconic 'Bedroom in Arles' paintings. While very similar in composition, the three paintings can be distinguished by the changing pictures on the wall to the right of the bed.

Currently on view at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the painting we see today has become discolored over time. The walls and doors are no longer light purple and the floor is no longer red as it was originally.

These paintings depict van Gogh's own bedroom in France known as the Yellow House where he famously lived with friend and fellow post-impressionist artist, Paul Gauguin.

oil on canvas, 72.4 cm x 91.3 cm Credits (obliged to state): Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)

133 years ago, in October of 1888, Vincent van Gogh completed the first of his three iconic 'Bedroom in Arles' paintings. While very similar in composition, the three paintings can be distinguished by the changing pictures on the wall to the right of the bed.

Currently on view at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the painting we see today has become discolored over time. The walls and doors are no longer light purple and the floor is no longer red as it was originally.

These paintings depict van Gogh's own bedroom in France known as the Yellow House where he famously lived with friend and fellow post-impressionist artist, Paul Gauguin.

oil on canvas, 72.4 cm x 91.3 cm Credits (obliged to state): Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)

smART Magazine is proud to announce their second poetry and illustration contest, for print publication in Issue No.8! T...
10/07/2021
Poetry & Illustration Contest | smART Magazine

smART Magazine is proud to announce their second poetry and illustration contest, for print publication in Issue No.8! The magazine is now accepting submissions from poets and illustrators in Los Angeles.

Deadline for Submission for both categories: Wednesday October 29th at 11:59pm EST

Find more information—and read the winning submissions from Issue 6—at the link below:

https://www.smartbylighthouse.com/poetryandillustrationcontest

@smartbylighthouse

#poetry#poetrycontest #poetrynews#writersoninstagram #authors#poetrywinners#poetrycompetition #poets#authorsofinstagram #poetrynow#illustration #illustrationcontest#illustratorsoninstagram#illustrators

smART Magazine is proud to announce our second poetry and illustration contest, for publication in Issue No.8! We are now accepting submissions from poets and illustrators in the 10 cities listed below.   

Don't forget to visit our very own Hollywood sign beneath David Korins' Starry Night at #VanGoghLA! The sign pays homage...
10/05/2021

Don't forget to visit our very own Hollywood sign beneath David Korins' Starry Night at #VanGoghLA! The sign pays homage to the city we call home and its rich, vibrant history. We love our Hollywood community! ☺️

Check out things to do in the area and spend the day in Hollywood when you visit #ImmersiveVanGogh LA: https://bit.ly/3ERr7Gj 🌇

#LosAngeles #DiscoverLA #Hollywood #VinylDistrict #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

Don't forget to visit our very own Hollywood sign beneath David Korins' Starry Night at #VanGoghLA! The sign pays homage to the city we call home and its rich, vibrant history. We love our Hollywood community! ☺️

Check out things to do in the area and spend the day in Hollywood when you visit #ImmersiveVanGogh LA: https://bit.ly/3ERr7Gj 🌇

#LosAngeles #DiscoverLA #Hollywood #VinylDistrict #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

10/04/2021
Dancing With The Stars

ICYMI Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess from 🌟 Dancing With The Stars 💃 pulled inspiration from their recent trip to Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Los Angeles for their Rumba performance on last week's episode. Tune in to #DWTS tonight at 8/7c on ABC or stream on Hulu to see if they make it past the next elimination!

Have you had a chance to Gogh yet? 🌻 Find a city near you at immersivevangogh.com.

What people are saying in Los Angeles! 🌻 "I can't wait to do another experience like this!" - BC🌻 "A very fun, beautiful...
10/01/2021

What people are saying in Los Angeles!
🌻 "I can't wait to do another experience like this!" - BC
🌻 "A very fun, beautiful, immersive experience in Hollywood! VIP tickets include a stop at Cafe du Tambourin." - LM
🌻 "Truly beautiful. Would love to go again." - AG

Posted with permission by @joannasotomura on Instagram ♥️

🎟️: vangoghla.com
#VanGoghLA #LosAngeles #Hollywood #DiscoverLA #VanGogh #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

What people are saying in Los Angeles!
🌻 "I can't wait to do another experience like this!" - BC
🌻 "A very fun, beautiful, immersive experience in Hollywood! VIP tickets include a stop at Cafe du Tambourin." - LM
🌻 "Truly beautiful. Would love to go again." - AG

Posted with permission by @joannasotomura on Instagram ♥️

🎟️: vangoghla.com
#VanGoghLA #LosAngeles #Hollywood #DiscoverLA #VanGogh #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

Now that's a headline we bet you didn't expect to see! 📰 But, it's true–Immersive Van Gogh has sold more tickets than Ta...
09/29/2021
How Did Immersive Van Gogh Top Taylor Swift? Does Anyone Ever #AskaCurator? + Other Questions I Have About the Week's Art News | Artnet News

Now that's a headline we bet you didn't expect to see! 📰 But, it's true–Immersive Van Gogh has sold more tickets than Taylor Swift's 2018 'Reputation' Tour! According to artnet, we are the arena rock of our time...one sunflower at a time! 🌻

Read more at https://bit.ly/2Y5nbkK.

On the theft of Maurizio Cattelan's gold toilet, the showdown between Immersive Van Gogh and music's biggest acts, and #AskaCurator.

Fun Fact! Van Gogh was a prolific letter writer ✍️ Out of an estimated 2,000+ letters, 819 have survived today, most of ...
09/28/2021

Fun Fact! Van Gogh was a prolific letter writer ✍️ Out of an estimated 2,000+ letters, 819 have survived today, most of which were written to his biggest supporter - his brother Theo.

Immersive Van Gogh Los Angeles Creative Director David Korins has created an interactive art piece in our lobby called "Letters from Vincent" with an AI tool that invites visitors to write and receive a personalized letter from Vincent himself! 😍

Get your own personal "letter from Vincent" when you visit Immersive Van Gogh LA! 💌 Visit https://bit.ly/2Waw8bj for more information.

#ImmersiveVanGogh #VanGoghLA #LosAngeles #Hollywood #DavidKorins #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

Fun Fact! Van Gogh was a prolific letter writer ✍️ Out of an estimated 2,000+ letters, 819 have survived today, most of which were written to his biggest supporter - his brother Theo.

Immersive Van Gogh Los Angeles Creative Director David Korins has created an interactive art piece in our lobby called "Letters from Vincent" with an AI tool that invites visitors to write and receive a personalized letter from Vincent himself! 😍

Get your own personal "letter from Vincent" when you visit Immersive Van Gogh LA! 💌 Visit https://bit.ly/2Waw8bj for more information.

#ImmersiveVanGogh #VanGoghLA #LosAngeles #Hollywood #DavidKorins #ImpactMuseums #LighthouseImmersive

Some familiar stars🌟came to dance 💃 under our Starry Night at the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Los Angeles! Contestants Br...
09/27/2021

Some familiar stars🌟came to dance 💃 under our Starry Night at the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Los Angeles! Contestants Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess from Dancing with the Stars took a break from their rehearsal schedule to immerse themselves in some of Van Gogh's iconic masterpieces. Tune in to #DWTS tonight at 8/7c on ABC or stream on Hulu to see if they make it past the first elimination of the season.

Have you had a chance to Gogh yet? 🌻 Find a city near you at immersivevangogh.com.

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Does anyone know if the venue has on-site parking?
what an atmosphere great class
Loved this immersive experience! Everyone should GOGH!
I've been trying to change my tickets for tomorrow to November but no word yet!
After THEY rescheduled my date...I have been trying to reach someone in customer service.....to no avail. Will probably lose tickets and money spent!
Fantastic experience, shared with my Granddaughter Layla, we had a wonderful adventure!!! We loved it! Everyone should make the effort to attend in LA or in your area. My daughter attended in San Francisco. Like minded artistic tastes!