The exhibition recovers the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh thanks to technology and brings all this experience closer to the people of Alicante after visiting Seville
Figures in the world of art there are many, but perhaps there are few as Vincent van Gogh. His paintings have been in many places, but no exhibition has been as intense and incredible as the one that he is touring all over Europe for several years. Van Gogh Alive – The Experience It is an exhibition of the work of the great painter but very different from what we have seen so far.
Van Gogh’s work is a explosion of colors and shapes that sometimes seem to jump off the canvas. And that is what is intended with this multimedia exhibition that has toured more than 30 places around the world. The idea was born from technology SENSORY4TM from the australian company Big Exhibitionsresponsible for the sample.
A different way to enjoy the wonderful work of Vincent Van Gogh
The exhibition Van Gogh Alive – The Experience is made up of a series of audiovisual installations with which the attendees of the sample can interact. Huge screens project montages made with different paintings by the artist, as well as montages with audio and animations They make the paintings come alive and the presence of the painter is felt in every corner.
The exhibition varies in each place where it is held, as it adapts to the available space. This allows each of the exhibitions to be different, even though they feel the same way, intense and powerful. sample includes 3,000 images which reproduce works as famous and well-known as ‘The Sunflowers’, and see how the crows in the painting ‘Wheat Field with Crows’ take flight or see how the famous ‘The Bedroom of Arles’ is being formed.
You can not miss the self portrait and other representations of one of the most famous painters of all time. The exhibition also has an area for children, who can also experience the life and essence of Van Gogh’s work in a special way.
The exhibition is traveling around Spain and after the success obtained in Seville, where it opened in February, the exhibition moves to the shores of the Mediterranean, since in September it will be located in the Alicante Fish Market. It will be from September 13 to December 16, from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Tickets will cost 12 euros during the week, while at the weekend they are a little more expensive, so 14 euros. This, in the case of adults, because children under 4 years of age have free entrance and those older than this age and up to 15 years of age will only pay 9 euros. There is also a special ticket for people over 65, students, people with disabilities and the unemployed, which will have a price of 12 euros.
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