Projections immerse visitors in the life of the master without comprising his work's well-being

Seeing the work of a classic artist in person for the first time is a surreal experience. But imagine seeing these masterful paintings and learning more about them through digital tools that not only highlight the art but also tell a story. That’s exactly what happens in the Van Gogh’s Bedrooms exhibition currently on view at the Art Institute of Chicago.

The Institute is displaying Van Gogh’s Bedroom paintings together in one space for the first time ever.

Visitors are also in for another experience: a life-size recreation of the bedroom that inspired these iconic paintings. The Art Institute of Chicago teamed up with Emmy-winning firm Bluecadet to create an innovative experience.

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