This Saturday was inaugurated, exclusively in the Victoria Room of the Hotel Victoria Gran Meliá, the exhibition Van Gogh Alive, by Grande Experiences. The event was attended by authorities and a representation of artists and Mallorcan society.

Van Gogh Alive combines the oil paintings of the Dutch artist with digital art, in an exciting experience that allows a complete vision of ten years of creation of the incomparable painter.

More than 3,000 pictorial works, projected on huge screens, accompanied by intoxicating classical music transform the exhibition space into a work of art through a vibrant symphony of image, light, sound, color and scent. The atmosphere becomes a tangible spectacle that is perceived through all five senses.

Grande Experiences has developed for this show, SENSORY4, a unique system that combines multi-channel motion graphics, cinema-quality surround sound and up to 40 high-resolution projectors. More than 60 projectors and speakers, coupled with 5-meter-high walls, provide a 360-degree experience.

This exhibition is designed as a new way to experience art, in order to reach the general public and especially young audiences and children.

The exhibition opened to the public yesterday, Sunday June 26th and will close its visit to Mallorca on September 5th. Located in the Victoria Hall of the Victoria Gran Meliá Hotel, it will be open to the public continuously from 10.00 to 22.00 every day. Tickets, starting at €15, are available at

Children up to 3 years of age are free. In addition, there are discounts for students, both school and university students, Carnet Jove holders, retirees, people with disabilities (disabled access) and social assistance beneficiaries, and family tickets.

The premiere was attended by Antoni Noguera, Councilor of Culture and Social Welfare of the City Council of Palma; Elena Navarro, Councilor of Tourism, Health and Consumption of the City Council of Palma; and Maria Isabel González Carrasco, General Director of Tourism of the City Council of Palma; as well as a representation of the Mallorcan society and culture among others.