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Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, many art museums around the world are closed & planned exhibitions are not happening (or are being postponed). I will attempt to keep the exhibition dates updated, but please keep in mind that these scheduled dates may change (again) because of these uncertain times.

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Immersive Van Gogh Exhibitions in 2022 – Displaying Stunning Vincent Van Gogh Artworks

Van Gogh Fans – Below is a comprehensive list of worldwide immersive exhibitions where you will be able to see Vincent Van Gogh‘s artworks in 2022.

“Paintings have a life of their own that derives from the painter’s soul”
Quote: Vincent Van Gogh

Potato Eaters Van Gogh Painting
Painting by Van Gogh – Potato Eaters

A list of the different venues around the world hosting Immersive Van Gogh Multimedia Exhibitions:

Van Gogh Alive / Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition
Van Gogh Alive / Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition
Photo by Przemek P /  CC-BY-SA-3.0

In Australia

When: Ending 7 August, 2022
Where: Supreme Court Gardens, Perth

When: From 21 September 2022
Where: Foreshore Park, New Castle

When: From 8 December 2022
Where: Entertainment Quarter, Sydney

In Europe:

When: From April 2022.
Where: Propyard, 39-46 Feeder Rd, Bristol, UK

When: From May, 2022
Where: Unit 9B, Artane Place, Artane, Dublin, Ireland

When: Until August, 2022
Where: All Saints’ Church, Highcross Street, Leicester, UK

When: Until August, 2022
Where: St George’s Field Car & Coach Park, Castle Mills Bridge, York, UK

When: Until July 2022
Where:  106 Commercial Street, London, UK

When: From July 2022
Where: EDF Bazacle spaces, Toulouse, France

Van Gogh Immersive Experience,  The LUME, Melbourne
Van Gogh Immersive Experience, The LUME, Melbourne

In the United States:

When: August 19, 2021–July, 2022
Where: Rhode Island Center, Washington D.C

When: March 31– July 31, 2022
Where: Pleasant Valley Promenade, 6240 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, North Carolina

When: April 8–June 17, 2022
Where: Scottish Rite Temple, 619 Carondelet St # 621, New Orleans

When: June 1–August 6, 2022
Where: Pullman Yards, Building, Cincinnati 

When: 10 August until 22 September, 2022
Where: Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center, Anchorage

When: 8 July until 28 August, 2022
Where: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City

When: July 16–September 4, 2022
Where:  Charleston Area Convention Center, Charleston

When: Until 21 August, 2022
Where: Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center, Exhibit Hall 1, Fresno

When:Until 9 July, 2022
Where: DeVos Place, Exhibit Hall A, Grand Rapids, Michigan

When: 10 August until 2 October 2022
Where: Connecticut Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A, Hartford

When: 16 September until 6 November 2022
Where: Immersive Art Space, Jacksonville FL

When: 6 July until 3 September 2022
Where: Kentucky International Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B, Louisville KY

When: 18 November 2022 until 12 January 2023
Where: McAllen Convention Center, McAllen TX

When: Until 14 August 2022
Where: Mid-America Center, Omaha

When: 19 August until 3 October 2022
Where: Reno-Sparks Convention Center, Exhibit Hall 4, Reno NV

When: 18 November 2022 until 29 January 2023
Where: Starry Night Pavilion at Sutter Health Park, West Sacramento CA

When: Until 24 July, 2022
Where: Starry Night Pavilion at University Town Center, Sarasota FL

When: From June 2022
Where: Armory Studios NY – Schenectady, 125 Washington Avenue, Albany

When: From September 2021
Where: Marq’e Entertainment Center, Suite # 360, 7620 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX

For information about other cities in the USA and around the world showing the Van Gogh – Immersive experience, press here.

In Canada:

When: 14 October 2022 until 13 January 2023
Where: Starry Night Pavilion at Bayview Place, 355 Catherine Street, Victoria BC

When: 14 July until 4 September 2022
Where: RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Ave, Winnipeg MB

“The projections are intertwined with a symphony of sound and extravagant light shows that immerse the viewer in an all encompassing 360 degree spectacle.” Time Out Magazine

Van Gogh Alive – Multimedia Sound & Light Show

Exhibitions in 2022 around the world Showing Vincent Van Gogh Artworks

Van Gogh in America

Museum: Detroit Institute of Arts, USA
Dates: October 2, 2022 through January 22, 2023

Americans were pretty slow to recognize the genius of Vincent Van Gogh. It was only in 1923 that a few of his paintings were exhibited in the United States for the very first time. Strangely it took Irving Stone’s 1934 historical fiction novel “Lust for Life” and the 1956 movie based on this novel to expose mainstream Americans to Van Gogh’s artworks.

Detroit Institute of the Arts deserves to host this exhibition as it was the first US museum to purchase a Van Gogh painting. In this exhibition, you will view over 60 Vincent Van Gogh artworks, including mostly paintings but also some drawings.  

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Van Gogh and the Olive Groves

Where:  Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis
When: 25 June until 18 September, 2022

Over one-hundred and thirty-three years ago, Van Gogh admitted himself into the psychiatric hospital in Saint-Rémy. From his bedroom window, he had a stunning view of the grove of craggy olive trees and the green mountains in the distance. Inspired by this magnificent scenery, Van Gogh obsessively created many olive grove paintings between June and December of 1889. These paintings are considered his most moving artworks.

The exhibition“Van Gogh and the Olive Groves” was first organized by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, and the Dallas Museum of Art. Minneapolis Institute of Art lent its Olive Trees  painting to that exhibition, and, in turn, the other museums are now lending their five paintings to MIA for this exhibition.

This exhibition aims to shed new light on the artist’s methods and materials, his passionate experimentation of color and line, and his choice of the olive groves as an evocative subject.

Van Gogh’s "Olive Trees," from 1889. Collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Van Gogh’s “Olive Trees,” from 1889. Collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.

Exhibition: Collecting Van Gogh: Helene Kröller-Müller’s Passion for Vincent’s Art

When: February 23, 2022 until October 22, 2022
Where: Nagoya City Art Museum, Japan

Enamored by Vincent van Gogh’s painting style, the German art collector, Helene Kröller-Müller bought what ended up being the world’s largest private collection of his art works.

Her Van Gogh obsession lasted over a period of twenty years. In that time, she bought more than 90 oil paintings and around 180 artworks on paper.

The exhibition at the Nagoya City Art Museum is presenting around 28 paintings and 20 drawings & prints from the Kroller-Muller collection. Displayed alongside Van Gogh’s artworks are another 20 paintings by other 19th century artists, such as Jean-François Millet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Georges Seurat, Piet Mondrian, all from the Kröller-Müller Museum.

Exhibition: Van Gogh: Poets and Lovers

When: September 2024 to January 2025
Where: National Gallery London

The National Gallery will be celebrating its 200-year anniversary since its founding in 1824 with a huge exhibition on Van Gogh.

There will be at least 50 Van Gogh paintings and some of his drawings, making it the largest Van Gogh exhibition in the UK since the Royal Academy’s 2010 show. In this exhibition, you will view three of his most iconic paintings The Bedroom, Garden of the Asylum and the museum’s most prized possession Sunflowers.

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Van Gogh’s Sunflowers (August 1888) Credit: National Gallery, London
Van Gogh’s Garden of the Asylum (November 1889) Credit: Museum Folkwang, Essen

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