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Van Gogh,
Starry Night


Van Gogh,<br>Starry Night

Temporary exhibitions

In search of the most beautiful Parisian exhibitions of the moment, I focused on several of them that seemed interesting to me. As you know, the City of Light is full of many cultural treasures. These wonders take many forms within the capital that make the city unique. It’s thanks to that monuments, that museums and its architecture that Paris is now considered as the most beautiful city in the world. However, other aspects make it inimitable and temporary exhibitions are part of it.
Indeed, the numerous temporary exhibitions really bring the city to life. They are an integral part of the life of many Parisians and are entertaining and cultural activities that are a pleasure to visit every weekend.  I don’t deviate from this rule and as a good Parisian, I will visit a different exhibition each week to satisfy my thirst for knowledge. So it was during my research to find my weekly visit that I came across the Van Gogh exhibition, Starry Night.

Van Gogh, Starry Night

The event immediately caught my attention. First, because of my admiration for the artist himself. Vincent Van Gogh remains as one of the greatest painters of his time who was never fully recognised in his lifetime and who died too early in my opinion. A tortured and misunderstood artist who, thanks to his inimitable style, has left an indelible mark on the world. In addition to highlighting an artist I love, the Atelier des Lumières brings a touch of modernity by immersing visitors in the heart of the Van Gogh universe through the digital diffusion of his work on each wall of the studio. 
An exhibition that will last until 31 December 2019 in the spirit of the times, which, thanks to modernity, showcases the works of a great painter in a new manner. Anyway, a magical moment that must not be missed...

"Love, Painting and Elegance"

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