Reopening Success for Reduced-Cap Van Gogh Alive
Zurich’s Maag Halle reopened Van Gogh Alive, with strong consumer demand spelling success for the exhibition, despite operating at 50% of usual capacity.
Disinfection stations, a one-way system, masks for staff and open doors to limit touchpoints are other measures in place at the Maag Halle to keep visitors safe. A waiting zone has also been established to hold people back if the museum is reaching capacity.
Although consumer confidence was a worry prior to reopening, Darko Soolfrank of promoter Maag Music and Arts AG tells IQ, tickets for all slots have been selling out, even during the week.