Why You Should Think Twice before Immersing Yourself in Van Gogh

Choosing to visit the much-hyped immersive experience may depend on how you feel about ‘Emily in Paris’ & condoms.

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The immersive exhibits built around the Dutch painter who famously cut off his ear might be more appropriately named the Van Gogh prophylactic experience.

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