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    Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit in DC

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    We saw this at The Dali Museum in Florida a few weeks ago. It was very cool, and worth checking out.

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    They're doing this in Philly, too. Hoping to get tickets.
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    With many fewer tourists around, there may be a chance to see it in DC.
    Most of the ticketed shows are impossible to get into without a lot of patience, or shenanigans, and the free time to take what you might be able to get.
    Very cool looking.
    I might wear some VR goggles to take in that show. Would not be much different.
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    The Philly one is not the real thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Marsh View Post
    The Philly one is not the real thing.
    How so?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Marsh View Post
    The Philly one is not the real thing.
    Explain. Because it's also coming to Pittsburgh.
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    I just checked ticket prices. No thanks. I'm not going to spend more that $200 for a four of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronmac View Post
    I just checked ticket prices. No thanks. I'm not going to spend more that $200 for a four of us.
    When we saw it in Florida it was just part of the regular admission to the Dali museum. No extra charge.

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    Aren't the original paintings enough?

    It looks cool, but I feel it is more a kind of gimmick. Wonder what Vincent van Gogh would think of it? Would he be turning in his grave?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Aren't the original paintings enough?

    It looks cool, but I feel it is more a kind of gimmick. Wonder what Vincent van Gogh would think of it? Would he be turning in his grave?
    It is a gimmick and are not original paintings if that is what people think it is. Still, I found it to be a cool exhibition of his life and works. Nothing I would go way out of the way to see, but since we were at the museum anyway, i thought it was a cool exhibit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    It is a gimmick and are not original paintings if that is what people think it is. Still, I found it to be a cool exhibition of his life and works. Nothing I would go way out of the way to see, but since we were at the museum anyway, i thought it was a cool exhibit.
    I'm not saying I wouldn't want to experience it, but it still gives me a weird feeling. Perhaps a bit the same way people reacted on rocking the classics.

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    If anyone in the US wants to see an unbelievable art museum, I highly recommend the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. It is beyond mind-blowing and it's free. I've never seen anything like it. My wife was brought to tears.

    And, BTW, the US citizens own the collection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    I'm not saying I wouldn't want to experience it, but it still gives me a weird feeling. Perhaps a bit the same way people reacted on rocking the classics.
    We just stumbled upon it by accident. I enjoyed it for what it was, but would not gone out of my way to see it.

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