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A stroll through Van Gogh's greatest masterpieces

Van Gogh, The Starry Night - A stroll through Van Gogh's greatest masterpieces.

  • The exhibition explores Van Gogh's vast production, which has changed radically over the years, from Potato Eaters (1885), Sunflowers (1888) to Starry Night (1889) and The Bedroom. (1889). The Atelier des Lumières reveals the powerful and expressive brushstrokes of the Dutch painter and is illuminated by the bold colors of his unparalleled canvases. Dark shades follow warm tints. The immersive exhibition evokes Van Gogh's inordinate, chaotic and poetic inner world and emphasizes a permanent dialogue between shadow and light.
  • The thematic itinerary traces the different stages of the artist's life, his stays in Arles, Paris or Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. The visitor travels to the heart of the works, from his beginnings and his maturity, his sunny landscapes and his nocturnes, to his portraits and still lifes.
  • In addition, a new device is proposed within the tank located in the center of the Atelier: Van Gogh's famous canvases are represented in their entirety in the presence of comments on the work and the museum where it is presented.
  • This visual and musical creation produced by Culturespaces and realized by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto and Massimiliano Siccardi, highlights this chromatic richness as well as the power of drawing and the impasto force of the artist.
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La dégustation

  • Divorced of the gruff kind, and single for too long, Jacques alone holds a small wine cellar. Hortense, engaged in the associative, close to finishing old girl, arrives one day in her shop and decides to register for a tasting workshop.
  • But for two lost souls to recognize each other, it sometimes takes a little miracle. This miracle will be called Steve, a young on parole, who, against all odds, will bring them closer.
  • And when three people come from such different worlds, it is sometimes a great happiness ... or total chaos. Each in their own way, they will seriously enjoy!
  • A piece of:
  • Ivan Calbérac
  • Staging
  • Ivan Calbérac
  • With
  • Mounir Amamra,
  • Bernard Campan,
  • Isabelle Carré,
  • Olivier Claverie,
  • Eric Vielard
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The Lavomatic

  • 30 Rue René Boulanger
  • 75010 Paris
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Theatre of the Renaissance

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