Out and About: Beyond Van Gogh Museum


Sonya Sud

One of Vincent Van Gogh’s series, known as Vase of Flowers, includes several oil based paintings. It was completed in June of 1890 and is currently displayed at the Beyond Van Gogh Exhibit at Saint Louis Galleria.

Sonya Sud, News Editor in Chief

In an innovative presentation, the Beyond Van Gogh Exhibit uses projection technology to create an engaging journey through hundreds of art pieces made by Vincent Van Gogh. As they enter the museum, guests will first walk through a hall with pictures with information about Van Gogh’s life and his art. 

Moving onto another room, guests will be greeted by walls with projections of Van Gogh’s art, wrapped in light, color and shapes, that swirl, dance and refocus into flowers, cafes and landscapes.  These pieces of art come alive as they appear and disappear, flowing across multiple surfaces.

The moving museum will be in St. Louis until Jan. 30, 2022. It is open Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday through Saturday from 10 a.m to 11 p.m, with various hours during the holidays. Each visit takes around one hour. The site is located at the Starry Night Pavilion at Saint Louis Galleria on 1155 Galleria Pkwy. 

Ticket prices can range from as low as $24.99 for children 5-15, to as high as $93.99 for VIP tickets, which would include entrance up to two hours before or after the start time as stated on tickets, priority access to the exhibit and a Beyond Van Gogh Merchandise package. 

What safety measures are in place for Covid-19?

  • Tickets are sold in time slots, with limited spots available per session, in order to help reduce congestion and capacity.
  • Arrow markings allow for separate entrance and exit directions.
  • Increased cleaning practices of high-touch surfaces. 
  • Multiple hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the exhibit and venue.
  • Masks are required inside the venue.