The only exhibit with giant sunflowers in the world
The exhibition also includes an original creation, the "Sunflower Symphony", which combines music, sunflower sculptures, and the reciting of the poem "Van Gogh's Last Letter to Théo" by Al Berto. With an approximate duration of 1h15min, Living Van Gogh invites visitors to immerse themselves into the emotions and thoughts of the artist.
Artistic Direction: Nuno Maya
Directed by: Massimiliano Siccardi
Get inside Van Gogh's universe, from his sunny landscapes to his portraits. On this exciting immersive journey, surround yourself by the images, details and color of nearly 150 works, which showcase the artist's brilliant mind.
A dreamlike journey through the mind of Van Gogh, where three renowned works of classical music compose this majestic symphony accompanied by a poem by Al Berto.
Through this interactive digital painting installation, you will be able to dress like Van Gogh and reveal one of his works of art. Hold the brush, move it around the screen and discover some of his famous paintings.
Alres was the place where Vincent Van Gogh advanced his career, creating more than 200 paintings. To paint at night in his room, it is believed that he would have fixed candles to his straw hat. Try on this “special hat” as you paint a canvas inside the famous “Bedroom in Arles”.
There are many ways to feel and appreciate works of art. Stand in front of the black and white figure and, for 20 seconds, focus your mind looking on those lines. When time is up, look at the painting and watch Vincent Van Gogh's “The Starry Night” come to life.
Known by his self-portraits, in this installation, you will be able to get inside Van Gogh’s skin and record a 5-second message. What would you say if you were Van Gogh? Give your imagination wings and share it with your friends.
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