Beyond Van Gogh in Long island.
I went to the digital museum where you can reinterpret Van Gogh's works in three dimensions using the weekend. This was a museum built as a temporary burial in the mall. There were few people in the mall because many of the shops were closed, and only the Van Gogh store had people coming and going.
This exhibition is quite expensive. I watched it at the price discounted by 40% with the Fourth of July discount, but I feel that it is expensive to watch at the original price.
When you enter the entrance, you will see a warning that you cannot come out and re-enter. At the initial entrance, a digital screen on which you can see Van Gogh's biography in the form of letters written by him stands like a folding screen. After passing this place, there is a large hall where the digital show is held. This show is worth watching. A splendid show unfolds that gives the impression of walking, sitting, and getting close to Van Gogh's work.
You can see these delicate brush strokes magnified on a large screen.
Exhibitions like this aim to offer a unique and captivating experience for art enthusiasts and fans of Van Gogh's work. They combine technology, storytelling, and artistic elements to provide visitors with a new perspective on the artist and his creations.
Myungja Anna Koh