domenica 6 marzo 2016

Van Gogh Alive The Experience ...OMAGGIO A VINCENT VAN GOGH

                         VAN GOGH ALIVE


Van Gogh Alive, un viaggio multimediale alla scoperta di un genio

[image: Credits:] In molti l’hanno già vista a Firenze e Milano e raccontano di aver vissuto una sensazione unica, quella di riuscire ad entrare nei quadri del pittore post-impressionista che improvvisamente si animano e prendono forma e colore sotto gli occhi di tutti. È Van Gogh Alive – The Experience, la mostra itinerante che, già ospitata da L'articolo Van Gogh Alive, un viaggio multimediale alla scoperta di un genio è stato pubblicato per la prima volta su Blog di Cultura.  >>>>
Bringing back the Rewind feature this week, we are sharing some art related videos that you might find interesting. First up is the trailer for an amazing upcoming film Loving Vincent on the turbulent life of Vincent Van Gogh. The project features 12 hand-made oil paintings per second that were created in the style of the renowned painter with one hour of film equaling 43,200 paintings.
Other notable videos include:
  • Interview with Felipe Pantone about his new book.
  • The WK Interact – Pistorius project video released.
  • Rime painting a memorial piece for NACE.
  • Trailer for A Space Program from Tom Sachs.
  • Tristan Eaton paints the REBEL8 HQ.
  • Creative Lives visits Tiffany Bozic.
  • Mobstr interviewed by Sky News.
  • Beautiful short film about Brad Kunkle and his work.
  • Trailer released for Hockney film documentary.
  • Amo-Te Lisbon – an ignominious street a̶̶r̶̶t̶̶ movie released on YouTube.
  • Josiah McElheny: Making a Projection Painting from Art21.
  • Teaser for BIO:DIP featuring projects by Hayden Dunham & Nicolas Lobo.
  • A feature on the occasion of Saatchi Gallery’s women in street art show.
IMG_9297 Werner Pellis
If you are the birthplace of Vincent Van Gogh, you are allowed to commemorate the 125th anniversary of his death in style. Zundert, a small town in the Netherlands near the Belgian border dedicated their annual celebration, the world’s largest volunteer-run flower parade to the influential Dutch post-Impressionist painter. The 20 floats were all impressively created with Van Gogh’s recognizable style in mind with painstaking detail.
Photo credit: Werner Pellis & Erwin Martens (via Slate).

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