by Amanda Landwehr / Section Editor
On Feb. 11, Chicago’s newest attraction opened its doors to the public. Located in the city’s northside, the Immersive Van Gogh exhibit brings over 90 of the artist’s most famous works to life. Over 500 thousand feet of projections illustrate the walls of Chicago’s stunning Germania Club, drenching the gallery spaces in paintings such as “Nuit étoilée” (Starry Night, 1889) and “Les Tournesols” (Sunflowers, 1888). The exhibition is nothing less than dazzling, and with temperature checks, social distancing circles and limited capacity, it’s safe to Gogh. Tickets can be found on their website, but hurry — they’re already sold out through April.
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