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Van Gogh multimedia experience


Until 26 June 2022, you can visit the multimedia exhibition dedicated to Van Gogh in Naples!

Read the details and why visit this exhibition a few steps away from the historic center of Naples!

Van Gogh, multimedia experience

van-gogh-multimedia-experienceThe multimedia exhibition is the chance to know the life and the works of the Dutch painter through projections on various large monitors.

The exhibition is focused on the possibility of showing many paintings and drawings made during Van Gogh’s life on video. This, together with numerous information in Italian and English relating to the artistic periods lived by the artist in the last 10 years of his life.

The multimedia experience dedicated to Van Gogh represents a new way of experiencing art that aims to achieve through technology what the artist wanted to do with his art through color. Moving away from the naturalistic rendering to go beyond the image and refer to deeper, more intensely existential meanings.

In the same exhibition space, it is possible to admire original works by Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Émile Bernard, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Fernand Cormon, and other artists of the Impressionist era. All of them are unpublished masterpieces to the general public from private collections. The exhibition is curated by Vincenzo Sanfo, Diffusione Italia International Group.

Palazzo Fondi, info

The exhibition on Van Gogh in Naples is at Palazzo Fondi, via Medina 24.
The opening hours are from 9.30 to 20.30 from Monday to Friday.
On Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, Palazzo Fondi closes at 9 pm.
It is possible to access the exhibition up to an hour before.

The cost of the full ticket is 12 euros. Young people up to 14 years, Over 65, Conventions, Groups, University students, Disabled people, and carers are entitled to reduced tickets.

For more information, please visit the site dedicated to the exhibition http://www.vangoghmultimediaexperience.it


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