The popular exhibit that features the works of Van Gogh as an immersive experience is coming to Kansas City this summer. No date has been released and the location is a secret for now.
The exhibit is made up of 500,000 cubic feet of projections using over 60,000 frames of video and over 90 million pixels. The Kansas City exhibit will be one of 17 across the country over the next year.
The exhibit is designed and conceived by Massimiliano Siccardi, with soundtrack by Luca Longobardi, who both pioneered immersive digital art experiences in France.
You can sign up to get ticket news and hold a spot in line on their website here.
In an interview with CNBC on Monday, Joe Berchtold, president of Live Nation, said he fully expects for live shows to be back for the summer of 2021. The news comes as they see strong growth of events in Asian markets and near 100% capacity at shows in New Zealand.
Live Nation currently has 86% of fans holding onto tickets for shows that were rescheduled due to the pandemic as well as 2/3 of fans keeping their tickets for rescheduled festivals.
The exhibit features over 100 artists and is the largest street art gallery in Kansas City. Graffiti Attic in Union Station is free to the public this Friday and every first Friday from 2pm – 9pm. The gallery is located in the attic space on Union Station’s 7th floor. You can enter at the northwest corner of Grand Hall.
A mask covering both the mouth and nose is required for entry.