Van Gogh

Immersive Experience

Open on exhibition days declared on

Due to popular demand extended to the 28th of August

Since its reopening on several weeks ago on May 8th, the Immersive Experience Bylo nebylo, Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir… has been visited by an ever-growing amount of people, reaching results never previously attained.

Facing this huge demand, the event organizer is extremely pleased having been able to secure all the necessary elements to extend its presentation for four weeks until 1st of August.

Bylo nebylo, Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir… will now be presented until Sunday, August 28th, in a the fully climatized environment offered by Fórum Karlín. This Immersive Experience is definitely the summer event of the Czech Republic!

No tests or vaccination proof is required to enter the show.

A magnificent immersive exhibition of impressionists paintings in a 3D sound environment

In accordance with the gradual relaxing of anti-pandemic measures, enjoy the opportunity of fully immersing yourself in the uplifting world of impressionists. Acclaimed by all media and thousands of visitors, from this Saturday, May 8, it will be possible to attend the unique Bylo Nebylo, Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir... in Fórum Karlín

Be surrounded by more than 2,000 m2 of projections areas covered by 30 laser projectors in a 3D surround sound environment. Immerse yourself in masterpieces of those famous impressionists, experiencing them like never before, while being transported by Chopin, Ravel, Debussy and other genius musical composers of those days. Take a walk through this multidimensional journey into poetry, carried by endless tints of colors constantly feeding your imagination.

Bylo Nebylo, Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir... also featuring Paul Signac, Edgar Degas and Bohumil Kubišta, is presented in compliance with all current hygiene regulations. Fórum Karlín constantly strive to provide the safest possible environment to its visitors, including thermal imagers measuring patron’s temperature upon entering the premises, disinfection stations distributed all over the venue, the obligation to wear a facial mask at all time, and a constantly regulated number of visitors permitting to follow the social distancing rules recommended by the authorities.

„Describing Bylo nebylo, Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir... in words is very difficult because it's a really special affair. It's like trying to describe the feelings of a plane taking off to someone who has never flown,“ says exhibition producer Serge Grimaux, adding: „The same type of spectacular exhibition is currently being presented with great success in many capitals around the world. I am proud to be able to introduce this new concept in the Czech Republic. In these days of uncertainty, one thing is clear - we have to go out. We need to share special moments with people we love and the ones we care about. I am convinced that thanks to the transformation of the Fórum Karlín into a magical place, people will be happy to accept our invitation to the majestic journey we have prepared for them.“

Photo from the exhibiton in Fórum Karlin 2
Photo from the exhibiton in Fórum Karlin 1

Opening hours

11:00 – 19:40 – Open on exhibition days declared on and To purchase tickets on site, please use our box office.


AdultCZK 295
Child (under 6 years)Free
Child (6 to 15 years)CZK 145
StudentCZK 195
Pensioner (over 65 years)CZK 195
Family pass (2 adults + 3 children)CZK 795
Group (min. 15 people, price per person)CZK 195
Elementary schools (min. 15 people, price per person)CZK 95
Disabled + free companionCZK 145
For purchase of Group, Elementary schools or Disabled tickets please contact us!
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List of the authors and the paintings featured

Edgar Degas (1834-1917)

Jockeys in the Rain, c.1886 (pastel on paper)

Jockeys Before the Race, c.1878-79 (oil, essence, gouache & pastel)

Jockey on Horseback (crayon on paper)

Gentlemen race. Before the Departure, 1862 (oil on canvas)

Jockeys (gouache on paper)

Before the Race, c.1882 (oil on panel)

Racehorses in a landscape, 1894 (pastel on paper)

Jockey flexed forward standing in the saddle, 1860-90 (pastel & charcoal on paper)

Dancer with bouquet, curtseying, 1877 (pastel on paper)

The Dance Foyer at the Opera on the rue Le Peletier, 1872 (oil on canvas)

Dancers Ascending a Staircase, c.1886-88 (oil on canvas)

Dancers in blue, 1890 (oil on canvas)

Four ballerinas on the stage (pastel)

The Dancing Class, c.1873-76 (oil on canvas)

Dancers at Rehearsal, , 1875-1877 (pastel on cardboard)

Dancer adjusting her shoe (ballerina) (Drawing)

Dancer Adjusting her Shoe, c.1890 (pastel & charcoal on paper)

Study of Dancers; Etude de Danseuses, (charcoal and pastel on paper)

Three Studies of a Ballerina (charcoal rubbed and touched with pink and brown pastels on thin, yellowish, oiled paper, laid down on stiff paper)

Claude Monet (1840-1926)

The Artist's Garden at Giverny, 1900 (oil on canvas)

Springtime, 1886 (oil on canvas)

A Pathway in Monet's Garden, Giverny, 1902 (oil on canvas)

Field of Yellow Irises at Giverny, 1887 (oil on canvas)

Garden at Giverny, 1895 (oil on canvas)

Printemps a Giverny, 1903 (oil on canvas)

Waterlilies, 1919-20 (oil on canvas)

Waterlilies: Morning with Weeping Willows, 1915-26 (oil on canvas)

Waterlilies: Morning, 1914-18 (left section)

The Waterlily Pond, 1904 (oil on canvas)

White Waterlilies, 1899 (oil on canvas)

The Boat at Giverny, c.1887 (oil on canvas)

A Corner of the Garden at Montgeron, 1876-7 (oil on canvas)

Waterlilies, 1904 (oil on canvas)

Waterlilies: Green Reflections, 1914-18 (oil on canvas)

Waterlilies or The Water Lily Pond (Nymphéas) 1904 (oil on canvas)

London, 1903 (oil on canvas)

Waterloo Bridge, Effect of Fog, 1903 (oil on canvas)

The Thames at Charing Cross, 1903 (oil on canvas)

The Houses of Parliament, London, with the sun breaking through the fog, 1904 (oil on canvas)

The Houses of Parliament, Stormy Sky, 1904 (oil on canvas)

Waterloo Bridge, 1902 (oil on canvas)

Paul Signac (1863-1935)

Cote d'Azur, 1889

Portrieux, Brittany, 1888 (oil on canvas)

Collioure, Les Balancelles, 1887 (oil on canvas)

Concarneau, Quiet Morning, 1891 (oil on canvas)

Autograph letter to Claude Monet, 21 July 1920 (w/c, pencil & ink on folded paper)

Cote d'Or, The Suleimanie, Constantinople, 1907 (oil on canvas)

Antibes, the Pink Cloud, 1916 (oil on canvas)

Antibes, Evening, 1914 (oil on canvas)

The Minarets at the Golden Horn; La Corne d'Or, les Minarets, 1907 (oil on canvas)

Port d'Antibes, 1917 (oil on canvas)

Bohumil Kubista (1884-1918)

Meditation, 1915 (oil on canvas)

Still life showing skull, 1912, by Kubista Bohumil (oil on canvas)

San Sebastian (St Sebastian) (oil on canvas)

St. Sebastian, 1912 (oil on canvas)

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)

Alphonsine Fournaise (1845-1937) at The Grenouillere, 1879 (oil on canvas)

Bal au Moulin de la Galette, 1876 (oil on canvas)

Le Moulin de la Galette, detail of the dancers, 1876 (oil on canvas)

Bathing on the Seine or, La Grenouillere, c.1869 (oil on canvas)

At the Café, c.1877

The woman in white in the garden of Les Colettes, 1915

Woman picking Flowers in the Garden of Les Colettes at Cagnes, 1912

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)

Noon, or The Siesta, after Millet, 1890 (oil on canvas)

Self portrait, 1889 (oil on canvas)

The Starry Night, June 1889 (oil on canvas)

Self Portrait with Felt Hat, 1887-88 (oil on canvas)

Wheatfield with Crows, 1890 (oil on canvas)

Enclosed field with rising sun, 1889 (oil on canvas)

Wheatfields under Thunderclouds, 1890 (oil on canvas)

Wheat Field with Cypresses, 1889 (oil on canvas)

Green Wheat Fields, Auvers, 1890 (oil on canvas)

Starry Night over the Rhone, 1888 (oil on canvas)