Visitors to the exhibition will see more than 400 masterpieces of Van Gogh, written by him in each of the periods of his work - in the Netherlands, in Paris, in Arles, in Auvers-sur-Oise.
Images of paintings are projected not only on the walls, but also on the floor and on the rear projection screens that visually change the geometry of the hall. The off-screen text is read by Vladimir Zaitsev, who voiced Van Gogh in the film “Van Gogh. On the threshold of eternity. "
The combination of sound and unique multimedia technology will allow viewers to immerse themselves in the work of the great artist.
Correspondence with brother Theo covers the two large periods into which the life and work of Van Gogh falls apart - Dutch and French.
Letters to a brother is a terrific, unlikely document, stretching for hundreds of pages. This is a dialogue not only with the addressee of the letters, but also with himself, God, and the world. This is the painer's pain cry.
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