Van Gogh captivates us at the Atelier des Lumières

Published on 04/04/2019

After Klimt, the Atelier des Lumières returns with a captivating immersive exhibition in the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890). It presents the different stages of the life of the artist, from the "Potato Eaters" (1885) to the "Starry night" (1889), in music and large projections on the walls and the floor, that move, that vibrate,... Clearly, an immersive experience and these great images will never replace the paintings and the immense pleasure that we have to admire them, but to enter into this intimacy allows us to appreciate even more the power of the brush strokes, the thickness of the material, the force of color, and their daring, the power of the gesture.

The exhibition is presented in a loop, and we strongly recommend to see it twice. A first time on the main floor, to be fully in the paintings, and a second time up the stairs to appreciate the soil, the perspective, and the whole.

The Atelier des Lumières presents, between two screenings of Van Gogh's paintings, "Dreamed Japan, Images of the Floating World", dreamlike, responding well to Van Gogh's paintings, and quite fascinating. The passage of the fans that open and that of Japanese lanterns rising is full of poetry and charm.

Van Gogh, Starry Night, at l’Atelier des Lumières, until December 31, 2019

Created by Gianfranco Iannuzzi - Renato Gatto - Massimiliano Siccardi - with the musical collaboration of Luca Longobardi


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