The Starry Night, The Sunflowers, The Lilies, Bedroom in Arles, Blossoming Almond Branches, Le Chemin de Saint Rémy, are some of the works where one can appreciate the details and undulating brushstrokes of the Dutch genius. Vincent Van Gogh. . It is Immersive Van Goghan exhibition that seeks to show the most important works of the painter, in a different and innovative way.
Immersive Van Goghwill begin its tour of Ecuador in Quito, on the eve of the city’s festivities, until the beginning of 2023. Then it will travel to Cuenca in February and to Guayaquil, under the auspices of the Municipal Public Society for Tourism and Civic Promotion from Guayaquil, from May to August
Vicent Van Gogh, was one of the main representatives of the post-impressionism, considered among the great masters of the world history of painting. He greatly influenced 20th century art, especially among German Expressionists and Fauvists such as Matisse, Derain, Vlaminck and Kees Van Dongen.
visitors from Immersive Van Gogh will have the opportunity to wander among giant images of the artist’s paintings projected on the ground, on the walls, all in motion, thus appreciating each brushstroke, each detail and color immersed in an extraordinary experience in which all the senses are awake, so that viewers feel truly moved by such spectacular beauty
The exhibition will unfold through LED-backlit walls, reproductions of his most important works, activities and videos, until it reaches a large immersive room which, with a synchronized multi-projection that will fill the both the walls and the floor, thus allowing a total immersion in the works of the artist.
The impressive selection of works screened at Immersive Van Gogh These are pieces that are part of prestigious museum collections such as the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, the National Gallery of Art in London, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the MoMA Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art from New York.
Lift the curtain Ecuador is a subsidiary of Arriba el Telón Latin America. Since 2013, in Ecuador, he presents exhibitions such as: Da Vinci, Dinosaurs, Sea Monsters, Bodies Real Human Bodies. These exhibitions were visited by more than 5,000,000 Latin Americans.