‘Van Gogh Alive – The Experience’ dedicated to the great Dutch master who laid the foundations of modern art, has also landed in Bari. To host the long-awaited exhibition will be the reborn Margherita theater. The exhibition had an impressive number of visitors in the different cities where it was hosted among other Rome and Paris.
It is a multimedia exhibition, signed by the Australians of Grande exhibitions, which allows visitors to immerse themselves in the life and works of Vincent Van Gogh, crossing the various stages of its existence. You can in fact explore the most famous works of the artist in the period from 1880 until 1890, interpret the thoughts and emotions in his wanderings between Paris, Arles, Saint-Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise, the places where he created many of his timeless masterpieces, from his portraits of strong psychological value, to the famous sunflowers.
So we dive into the starry Night on the Rhone, we observe the Irises that become flowered walls to get to the walk in the cornfield with the flight of crows, one of the last works he painted shortly before committing suicide.
The exhibition uses SENSORY4 ™ technology, a unique system that incorporates over 50 high-definition projectors, multi-channel graphics and surround sound that create one of the most immersive multi-screen environments in the world. 3000 large images, clear and crystalline, projected onto screens and surfaces that enhance the originality of the exhibition space, the Palazzo degli Esami, built in the heart of Trastevere at the beginning of the twentieth century and then destined for the State Exams.
Van Gogh alive – The experience is considered the greatest success in the world of such an exhibition – the most visited, so far – with which an unusual way of approaching art has spread. With staggering numbers: only in Rome had 138 thousand visitors (more than 40 thousand students), has sold out and postponements everywhere, and has traveled around the world, from the Arab Emirates to Beijing, passing from Krakow and Budapest