A Van Gogh exhibition in Florence? Finf out the Van Gogh & the Cursed multimedia experience in Florence at the Cathedral of the Image at the deconsecrated Church of Santo Stefano al Ponte until 5 April 2021.
The multimedia exhibition on Vincent Van Gogh in Florence is the ideal opportunity to appreciate the works of the great artist. The purpose of this type of exhibition is to emotionally engage the audience. It is a 60-minute digital story, developed by means of 360-degree multi-projection of ultra-high definition images and the diffusion in Dolby HD of a compelling original soundtrack: a mixture of museum and cinema experience. Together with Van Gogh, the artists included in the exhibition are: Paul Cézanne (Aix-en-Provence 1839 – Aix-en-Provence 1906), Paul Gauguin (Paris 1848 – Hiva Oa 1903), Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (Albi 1864 – Saint-André-du-Bois 1901), Chaïm Soutine (Smilovi è i 1893 – Paris 1942) and the Tuscan Amedeo Modigliani (Livorno 1884 – Paris 1920). In addition to these will also appear works by other contemporary artists who have contributed to the representation of the Paris of the time with their works.
An educational / introductory section with info graphics and monitors, the positions with the Oculus to experiment the 3D virtual reality of a sensorial journey inside some famous paintings and the enveloping kaleidoscope of images of the “hall of mirrors”, surely enrich the multimedia experience.
A character in “deep fake” has been added to the newly reopened exhibition: Vincent’s brother, Theodorus Van Gogh.
The deep fake technique involves practically sticking Theodorus Van Gogh’s face onto that of an actor with the aim of creating an interactive video that gives visitors to the exhibition the impression of being right in front of the character.
Opening hours and tickets for Van Gogh and the cursed ones in Florence Italy
Monday to Friday from 11.00 to 18.00
Ticket office closes at 5.00 pm
At the moment, tickets cannot be purchased online but only at the museum ticket office.
Admissions are continuous and limited until the maximum capacity allowed is reached. The recommended visit time is about one hour.
Reservations are recommended at email@example.com but not mandatory.
Adults: € 13
Students and Over 65: € 10
From 5 to 12 years: € 8
Under 5: free
Disabled people: € 10 *
* For those entitled, the companion has free admission – Law 104/92
2 adults + 2 children: € 34
2 adults + 3 children: € 40
2 adults + 4 children: € 44
Minimum 10 people: € 9 each
Schools: € 6 each
* Reservations required at 055-217418
OCULUS VR EXPERIENCE + 2 €
By presenting one of the two loyalty cards – Carta Più or Carta MultiPiù – at the ticket office of the exhibition or by viewing one of the two cards via Smartphone, it will be possible to take advantage of a discounted entry at the price of € 10.
SPECIAL HEALTH STAFF
To thank all the people who in these months of health emergency have put their lives in danger to save ours, we offer doctors, nurses and social and health workers a special rate of € 6. It will be sufficient to show an identification card to be entitled to the reduced admission ticket.
Now, tickets for the exhibition are not on sale online and on TicketOne. Site to be monitored because they could also be put on sale again soon.
Van Gogh and the Cursed Reviews
In the pre-Covid opening, the Van Gogh exhibition met with considerable success, especially among the younger audience who favour immersive and interactive artistic experiences at the edge of classic museum itineraries and traditional cultural exhibitions.
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