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Van Gogh between music and colors at the Palazzo Bonocore in Palermo
24 September 2021 - 20 February 2022
After the success of the exhibitions in Turin and then in Parma and the unexpected stop due to the pandemic, “Van Gogh Multimedia & amp;” Van Gogh Multimedia & amp; Friends “, the great exhibition on the life and works of the most loved painter of all time, conceived and created by Navigare s.r.l. and curated by Professor Giovanna Strano, who has studied and conducted research on the places of the great master for a long time.
The multimedia exhibition, in Italian and English, a full immersion between music and colors, examines, through projections on different monitors, the life and works of the master, with the vision on video of many paintings and drawings made during his existence, completed with information always in Italian and English, of the artistic periods lived by Van Gogh in the last 10 years of his life.
A path that, between screens and totems, allows you to deepen the extraordinary creative activity of what is universally recognized as the greatest artist of all time.
“It is an ‘impossible’ exhibition, which digitally reproduces all the provocative power of Vincent Van Gogh and his art that makes him the genius we know – explains the creator and promoter Salvatore Lacagnina -. The choice to present art through the use of advanced multimedia technologies makes it possible to amplify its communicative power, using different transmission channels at the same time, the visual of images, the auditory of sounds and music, the sensory of objects and reconstructed environments.
The visitor – underlines Lacagnina – is immersed in an enveloping path, transported on a virtual journey to discover the painter, the artist, the man Van Gogh. We relive the life and works of the great Dutch master in a different way, through images and multimedia paths able to catalyze the attention of visitors who are enchanted by the visual performance of Van Gogh’s works ”.
The exhibition is by thematic areas that group the works according to the period of elaboration, referring to the places where Van Gogh was and to particular events in his life, with specific themes particularly loved by the artist. Life in two parts, the first paintings (1881-83), Nuenen (1883-86); Paris (1886-88); Arles (1888-89); Saint-Rémy (1889-90); Auvers-sur-Oise (1890); and then the flowers; the letters; the watercolors; the graphics; the drawings; the portraits; the famous sunflowers; The Roulin family; self-portraits.
For the first time, visitors to an exhibition dedicated to Van Gogh are offered the opportunity to observe through virtual reality.
An app allows you to enter Van Gogh’s works, perceiving every figurative and chromatic detail in three dimensions.
In the second part of the exhibition, entirely new and original, entitled “Vincent: the work of the soul”, the great projections of selected works, associated with a narrating voice that punctuates part of Vincent’s letters to his brother Theo, accompanies the visitor through in-depth paths of the great works, but above all of his extremely sensitive personality.
Vincent van Gogh, a painter beloved by the general public, marked a decisive turning point along the way of artists or of humanity towards the relevance of color, the extrapolation of nature inherent in reality, the importance of the materiality of the brushstroke in the work as a whole. of art.
In this exhibition space, high-resolution images will be projected with the use of 23 high-definition video projectors with such brightness as to make the viewer lose the perception of reality and immerse him inside the work.
In addition, in the year that marks the 700th anniversary of Dante’s death, visitors to the Van Gogh exhibition will be given the opportunity to experience an immersive experience with a virtual reality simulator that captures Dante’s hell.
Bookings for guided tours and workshops: tel. 3518403634 – tel. 393336095192
Ticket prices € 12 full, € 10 reduced every day young people up to 14 years, over 65, university students and conventions, € 15 open ticket, € 5 schools, free admission for children up to 5 years
Hours: Monday – & gt; Friday 9.30am – 7.30pm
Saturday Sunday and public holidays 9.30am – 9pm
last admission 30 minutes before closing
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