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3000 Animated Paintings by Van Gogh to be Displayed in Moscow
11.12.2013 15:28
3000 Animated Paintings by Van Gogh to be Displayed in Moscow

January 4 will see the opening of the exhibition Van Gogh. Revived Canvasses in the Artplay Design Center, Moscow.

      State-of-the-art video technologies will be for the first time used at this exhibition in Moscow. Paintings by the great postimpressionist Van Gogh will be demonstrated on enormous screens to the accompaniment of classical music. Altogether about 3000 dynamic images will be screened at the exhibition.

      The artist’s works will be project on screens located not only on walls, but on columns and the floor as well. Van Gogh's paintings will literally be animated, breathed life into and visitors will find themselves being inside the painting. 

      The exhibition will also present photos and documentary materials. 

      The exhibition already took place in Singapore, Istanbul, Ankara, Tel Aviv, Santiago, Budapest and the USA and managed to attract millions of people.

      The ticket price starts from 200 rubles. The exhibition will run till February 28. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vincent Van Gogh Video Installations Exhibitions in Moscow   

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