VAN GOGH MAKES A BIG IMPRESSION AT PULLMAN YARDS.
Gaze upon a starry night like no other at the North American debut of “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience,” opening May 19 at Atlanta’s Pullman Yards. The digital art installation showcases the brilliant brushstrokes of one of history’s greatest artists, Vincent van Gogh, utilizing 360-degree projections, virtual reality and atmospheric light and sound. The eye-popping spectacle is spread over a two-story, 20,000-square-foot expanse.
Allow 60 to 75 minutes to soak in the art and ambience, with a spacious central area unveiling floor-to-ceiling works and separate galleries chronicling the life story of the post-impressionist painter and his inspired masterpieces, including Vincent’s Bedroom at Arles and Starry Night Over The Rhône.
Produced by Exhibition Hub in partnership with Fever and Atlanta-based Immersive Hub, the blockbuster is uniquely staged in Building 1 at the 27-acre Pratt Pullman Yard development. This historic hotspot has served as the backdrop for such films as Hunger Games and Fast & Furious.
“It’s perfect for visitors of all ages, and ideal for families looking to reunite and re-engage with arts and entertainment,” says John Zaller, president of Immersive Hub.
Tickets are timed; face masks are mandatory.
VAN GOGH: THE IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE
May 19 through December; 10 a.m.-10 p.m. weekdays; 9 a.m.-11 p.m. weekends
$32.20 adults, $19.10 children
Pullman Yards, Bldg. 1
Rogers St. N.E., Atlanta 30317
Contributing Writer, Simply Buckhead; journalist and graphic designer