INFINITY DES LUMIERES Dubai, A World of Enchantment

Dubai, one of the most fascinating and diverse cities in the world. Known for its luxury hotels and breathtaking skyline, it has become a destination that appeals to travelers from all over the world. There's no shortage of things to do while you're here; whether you're interested in visiting some iconic landmarks like The Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa or want to find out more about Dubai's culture and tradition, there is plenty to keep you occupied.



One of the newest breathtaking attractions in Dubai is the Infinity des Lumieres featuring Van Gogh’s famous artwork as it pulses with life -- a spectacular, one-of-a-kind experience. Through pioneering digital technology, vibrant colours and delicate shapes waltz and swirl to mesmerizing music, moving ingeniously across expansive, innovative spaces, captivating all your senses.

What is the Infinity des Lumières?

Now open to the public, Infinity des Lumières is a brand-new, immersive digital art centre experience showcasing some of the world’s greatest masterpieces, from some of the most famous artists ever to have painted on this earth.

Visitors can literally step inside these exhibitions, becoming part of each work as it slides, swirls and pulses to the sounds of carefully composed soundtracks. The façade, projected across an impressive 379 screens, 40 metres in length and five metres tall.


Infinity des Lumières also hosts an impressive display space which can combine to create an incredibly large exhibition room. The venue itself has a 2,700 sq m projection area so you won’t miss a thing. There are 130 projectors and 58 speakers for an immersive experience.

Among the three exhibitions currently running at the space, Van Gogh is perhaps the most instantly recognisable. Pieces including The Potato Eaters, Sunflowers, Starry Night and Bedroom at Arles drift and swirl to the sounds of a carefully composed soundtrack.


Danny Rose’s Dreamed Japan series, meanwhile, sets an atmospheric space that re-imagines 19th century Tokugawa Japan with Hokusai’s iconic ukiyo-e art.


Finally, Thomas vanz's poem Verse is a work of art that was designed specially for this digital arts centre. The piece is an immersive experience that was specifically made for Le Studio in the Atelier des Lumières.

Step into a world of wonder with your loved ones at Infinity des Lumières.


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