Van Gogh is in BGC!
Well, not in the flesh, but the remnants of both him and his art are, at least.
If you’ve been eagerly waiting to immerse yourself in the world of Vincent Van Gogh’s art, the time has come. The ‘Van Gogh Alive’ exhibit is making a return to Bonifacio Global City (BGC), and tickets are now available.
This multi-sensory art experience promises to be an unforgettable journey into the mind and works of one of the most celebrated artists in history.
How and Where to Buy Tickets for ‘Van Gogh Alive’ Exhibit in BGC
Before we dive into how and where to buy tickets, let’s take a look at the pricing options:
- Student/Child Pass: Priced at P890, this pass is designed for students and children who want to explore Van Gogh’s world.
- Early Bird Rate: For the early birds, there’s a discounted rate of P990. Grab this offer while it lasts.
- Regular Rate: The regular rate for adults is P1,200, offering access to the exhibit’s wonders.
- Premium Flex Pass: If you want ultimate flexibility, the Premium Flex Pass at P2,500 allows you to visit at any time during your scheduled day. Plus, it comes with a complimentary program book to enhance your experience.
Where to Buy Tickets
Now that you know the pricing, here’s how you can secure your tickets:
- Online: The most convenient way to purchase your tickets is through the official website. Visit bgcartscenter.org/vga to book your slot. Online booking ensures you get your preferred time slot, especially considering the limited availability of the Premium Flex Pass.
- TicketWorld Outlets: Tickets are also available at TicketWorld outlets. You can visit any of their outlets to purchase your tickets in person.
- BGC Arts Center Box Office: For those who prefer to buy tickets on-site, the BGC Arts Center Box Office is another option. Swing by to secure your passes.
More About ‘Van Gogh Alive’ Exhibit
Photo By Jilson Tiu From The Spot.Ph Archives
‘Van Gogh Alive’ is a groundbreaking multi-sensory exhibition that has captivated over 8.5 million visitors in 90 cities worldwide since its debut in 2011. It’s often referred to as the “world’s most visited multi-sensory exhibition experience” for a good reason.
This immersive experience showcases more than 3,000 of Van Gogh’s masterpieces through interactive displays that stretch from the venue’s ceilings to the floors. What sets it apart is the synchronization of these images with classical music, creating a symphony of light, color, sound, and aroma.
The exhibit takes visitors on a journey through Van Gogh’s life and art, offering new perspectives on one of the most renowned artists in history. It’s suitable for all ages and promises to be a unique and enlightening experience.
Who is Van Gogh?
Vincent Van Gogh was a Dutch post-impressionist painter known for his distinctive style characterized by bold colors and dramatic brushwork. He created numerous iconic works of art, including “Starry Night,” “Sunflowers,” and “The Bedroom.” Despite facing personal struggles during his lifetime, Van Gogh’s art has left an indelible mark on the world of art and continues to inspire countless people.
Moreover, despite the multitude of remarkable artists in history, why does Vincent van Gogh remain so profoundly relevant today? One reason may be his relatability, stemming from his struggles with mental health, unwavering pursuit of artistic passion, emotional depth in art, portrayal of isolation, and celebration of imperfections. His exploration of timeless themes and his enduring legacy also contribute to his continued resonance. Van Gogh’s life and work connect with a wide range of people, thanks to their inherently human and universal qualities, making him a timeless and relatable figure in the world of art.
So, whether you’re an art enthusiast or simply looking for a mesmerizing and immersive experience, don’t miss the chance to step into the world of Van Gogh at the ‘Van Gogh Alive’ exhibit in BGC. Book your tickets now and get ready to be transported into the mind of a genius. Don’t wait too long; this limited-time exhibit runs from October 20 to December 20, and you wouldn’t want to miss it!