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Van Gogh Alive to be Displayed in St Petersburg
8.05.2014 14:07
Van Gogh Alive to be Displayed in St Petersburg

Van Gogh Alive exhibition will be held in Saint Petersburg from May 26 to September 30.

      3 thousand dynamic images associated with life and creativity of Vincent van Gogh will be accompanied with classical music in a tent in Konyushennaya Square.

      The exhibition concept is as follows: paintings by the world famous artist are projected on screens located on the walls, floor and columns and they become animated in front of your eyes. Thanks to animation effects, the size and arrangement of screens the viewers find themselves as if inside of alive paintings.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vincent van Gogh Painting Exhibitions in St. Petersburg   

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