The correspondence with his brother Theo covers the two great periods into which the life and work of Van Gogh falls apart – Dutch and French. The Letters to Brother Theo is a stunning, unique document that spans hundreds of pages. This is a dialogue not only with the addressee of letters, but also with oneself, God, the world.
This is the painter’s cry. Visitors to the multimedia exhibition “Van Gogh. Letters to Theo ”will not only see more than 400 masterpieces by Van Gogh, written by him in each of the periods of his work – in the Netherlands, in Paris, in Arles, in Auvers-sur-Oise, but will also hear the story told in letters in the first person. The offscreen text is read by Vladimir Zaitsev, who voiced Van Gogh in the film “Van Gogh. On the Threshold of Eternity ”with Willem Dafoe.
The new unique Cinema360 technology will help you immerse yourself in the artist’s work – images are projected not only on the walls, but also on the floor and on rear projection screens, visually changing the geometry of the hall.