Art, like nothing you’ve seen before
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The Great Modernists "From Monet to Kandinsky"
The exhibition itself is a media experience, which represents paintings of outstanding artists and enables the viewer to make a journey into the world of art of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when culture and society were experiencing an unusual flurry of global events. At that time these great artists created a real revolution in art, discovering an almost inexhaustible source of sense where tradition sees only chaos and nonsense. Their pictures contain infinite riddles for the eye, immersing the audience in a labyrinth of unexpected contrasts and bright, unforgettable emotions. Today, with the help of digital technologies, these paintings find a new life and meaning.
Gustav Klimt. "With love till death"
Portraits, landscapes and pictures of a naked woman in a stunning performance format. Fascinating, sensual, innovative – these epithets accurately depict Gustav Klimt’s paintings. Not only will you see all the major works that have earned world fame for the artist, but thanks to Digital Art House technology, you will dive into his canvas. His “golden period” works literally shine from the inside and are comparable by the power with the icons. Flooded in golden light, the hall shows a multimedia installation that immerses the viewer in the sensual world of women’s images, surrounded by adorable music.
Van Gogh "Letters to Theo"
This is an incredibly sensual multimedia show based on the letters that Van Gogh addressed to his brother Theo. You can not only see more than 400 masterpieces of the great master, written at different periods of his life – during his life and work in the Netherlands, in Paris, in Arles and in Auvers-sur-Oise; but also feel his world, through the prism of letters written in the first person and revealing the soul and emotions of the master.