A digital art exhibition of Vincent Van Gogh in Toronto will give a chance for visitors to step inside the Dutch artist's paintings. The exhibition was supposed to be a walk-in one, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the walk-in part will be postponed until July. Still, after one year of planning to show more than 400 pieces of art, organizers could not abandon their project, which was supposed to open on May 1. Now, visitors will be able to drive into the Dutch painter's masterpieces, which include the "Sunflowers," "Starry Night," "The Bedroom" and many other works. The show is by the creators of the Atelier des Lumires exhibit in Paris, which has been seen by more 2 million visitors from around the world. Tickets will cost $95 CAD ($68 USD) per-person for the drive-in experience.