Exhibitions: “French Impressionists” and “Great Modernists”
Attention is invited to multimedia exhibitions on the fine arts of the 19th - early 20th centuries: “From Monet to Cezanne. French Impressionists » and“Great modernists. The revolution in art.
“Impressionists” were brought to the capital by iVision, the efforts of which created an exhibition "Van Gogh Alive" ("Van Gogh. Living Canvases")held at Artplay last year. And The Great Modernists is the first in-house multimedia project of the Artplay design center itself.
In the hall where the exhibition takes place “From Monet to Cezanne. French Impressionists », installed five-meter screens and high-tech equipment, including dozens of high-resolution film projectors. Impressions more than 500 works of the most prominent representatives of impressionism accompanied by quotations by artists in Russian and English. Degas: “Each artist dips a brush in his soul.” Pissarro: "Everything is fine, you just need to be able to look closely." Monet“I want to write as easily and freely as birds sing.” As a musical background - music of Debussy, Tchaikovsky, Ravel, Offenbach. Images of different paintings are projected onto huge screens.that creates the effect of three-dimensional space or, more simply, - 3D.
At the multimedia exhibition “Great modernists. The revolution in art presents the works of the nine most significant representatives of the era of modernism - Paul Gauguin, Henri Russo, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, Gustav Klimt, Fields Signac, Edward Munch, Amedeo Modigliani, Vasily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich.
This is an original and holistic show, consisting of nine short films dedicated to the main images in the work of each of the artists. A total of about 1000 works are shown. from more than 20 museums in the world. Pictures are projected onto huge screens, replacing one another, reviving and moving to the rhythm of musical compositions, capturing the viewer in a whirlpool of colors and sounds.
ARTPLAY : Moscow, Lower Syromyatnicheskaya, 10
Exhibitions will be held until May 31
Photo: Archive "DO"