Multimedia art show Van Gogh Alive arrives in Beijing

By Lin Qi ( China Daily ) Updated: 2015-09-15 07:44:46

Multimedia art show <EM>Van Gogh Alive</EM> arrives in Beijing

The show Van Gogh Alive offers visitors a different way to appreciate the masterpieces by the Dutch painter. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Van Gogh Alive, a long-anticipated art show on the Dutch master, has finally arrived in Beijing as part of its China tour.

The display is being held at a 1,500-square-meter space that was specially constructed for the purpose right outside Joy City mall. More than 3,000 high-resolution images of Vincent van Gogh's paintings, photos and letters are projected onto the floor, columns and screens that cover a wall of the building.

The 30-minute presentation that fuses color with light and music shows how the post-impressionist painter evolved through his short-lived yet remarkable career. It was developed by Australian company Grande Exhibitions based on Sensory 4, a system consisting of motion graphics, surround sound and high-definition projectors.

Some parts of his best-known works have been re-created through animation to give people a vivid picture.

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