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Van Gogh Alive Will Be In Manila This Month, And We Have All The Details

The exhibit will run from October 26 to December 8

Van Gogh’s works have been displayed in over 50 cities around the world, now you can have that same experience with Van Gogh Alive, the world’s most-visited multi-sensory experience! This month, its next stop is in Taguig, which means you don’t have to fly all the way to Paris or New York just to witness this master painter’s works for yourself. 


For many of us, a museum is a place for the appreciation of art—but what if you can also engage all your senses through just one exhibition? That is the premise behind Van Gogh Alive, the world’s most-visited multi-sensory experience. Here, you venture into an exciting new world where you forego the traditional notions of static museum galleries, and instead be given the chance to fully engage with art. 





This traveling exhibition will finally make its Manila stop at One Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, from October 26 to December 8. Mounted in partnership with Bonifacio Art Foundation Inc. (BAFI) and One Bonifacio High Street (One BHS), in collaboration with Grande Exhibitions—this exhibit will be held on a limited time only—and is your chance to finally enjoy the works of Vincent Van Gogh which have been display in over 50 cities around the world.


What to expect: This is an interactive exhibit, so you won’t see physical Van Gogh paintings (we suggest the Van Gogh Museum, Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and Musée d’Orsay), you’ll experience an authentic piece of multimedia art with projections that play around with the physical space. 




Venue: At the 4th level of One Bonifacio High Street (One BHS)


When: October 26 to December 8


Who can visit: A wide range of audiences can enjoy the show. For most Van Gogh Alive shows abroad, there’s no minimum age to access the exhibition, and children below 4 years old can come for free as long as they’re accompanied by an adult.






Learn more about it by checking out Bonifacio High Street’s Facebook or follow #VanGoghAlivePH, #ArtandScienceBGC, and #OneBHS.