Jan 24, 2022
Van Gogh Alive, the most visited exhibition dedicated to the Dutch painter in the world, is stopping in Lausanne. The impressionist paintings projected and mixed with powerful music immerse visitors in a vibrant and intense setting.
Van Gogh's life, figures and landscapes are the absolute protagonists of this immersive Multimedia Exhibition, dedicated to the great Dutch painter who, with his unique and incomparable style, laid the foundations of modern art.
Synchronized with a powerful and suggestive music, more than 3000 images projected create an electrifying decor that fills the giant screens, walls and columns, from ceiling to floor, completely immersing the visitor in the vibrant colors and intense details that characterize Van Gogh's style. It is possible to explore the life, artistic evolution, history and works of the great master during the period from 1880 to 1890, understand his thoughts and emotions, accompany him in his wandering between Paris, Arles, Saint-Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise, the places where he created several timeless and unlimited masterpieces, and discover the techniques of his painting in an explosion of animated details. Van Gogh Alive is the most viewed exhibition in the world with more than 7 million visitors.