21. Juli - 28. January 2018 Alte Münze, Berlin

VISIONS ALIVE

ARTPLAY Media/Von Monet bis Kandinsky.Visions Alive
ARTPLAY Media/Von Monet bis Kandinsky.Visions Alive
ARTPLAY Media/Von Monet bis Kandinsky.Visions Alive
ARTPLAY Media/Von Monet bis Kandinsky.Visions Alive
ARTPLAY Media/Von Monet bis Kandinsky.Visions Alive

The Revolution in Art Displayed in HD

The multimedia exhibition "From Monet to Kandinsky.Visions Alive" at the museum Alte Münze in Berlin covers an area of about 1,000 sqm and presents the works of 16 most reputable masters of modernism in a unique combination of HD projections, animated graphics and music.

Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Paul Gaugin, Henri Rousseau, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, Gustav Klimt and Wassily Kandinsky – they all had in common a deliberate rejection of the styles of the past; emphasising instead innovation and experimentation in forms, materials and techniques in order to find visual forms to capture the tremendous upheavals of their time.

The show is a journey to the world of art of the late 19th and early 20th century when culture and society were going through a real revolution. Every year new inventions were brought to the daily life - gramophones, movie theaters, typewriters, electricity, airplanes, telephones, X-ray.

At the same time with the industrial revolution the world was shocked with political overthrows and wars. In that time the new art movements like expressionism, abstract art, surrealism, suprematism and other emerged. They were later united under a term "modernism". During that time the connections between the reality and what's painted on the canvas started to fade – from copying the environment the painters came to creating their own worlds.

"From Monet to Kandinsky.Visions Alive" consists of 16 short films mainly devoted to the art of each master, projected to 7-meter-large screens, placed at different angles in two multimedia rooms. The loop of 63 minutes is an original and holistic work of art immersing the visitor into the world created by each master.

The projections are changing from one to another, coming to life and moving in the rhythm of music and capturing the viewer into the flood of colors and sounds. Around 1,500 works from over 20 museums of the world have been processed for this exciting exhibition.

The exhibition is open to the public daily until January 28, 2018, from 10am - 20pm.

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