The “Van Gogh Alive Digital Art Exhibit” fascinated art lovers in the Turkish capital of Ankara.
The “Van Gogh Alive Digital Art Exhibit” fascinated art lovers in the Turkish capital of Ankara on Monday.
The Turkish pharmaceutical leader Abdi Ibrahim is celebrating its 100th year by presenting the work of Vincent Van Gogh in the new, never before experienced Van Gogh Alive Digital Art Exhibit format.
Turkish Minister of Culture and Tourism Ertugrul Gunay was present during the inauguration of the “Van Gogh Alive Digital Art Exhibit” at the Cer Modern Arts Center on Monday.
Under the leadership of Abdi Ibrahim, signing off on yet another innovative project in its 100th year, the synthesis of traditional art and modern technology displaying over 3,000 digital images of Van Gogh’s most famous works will be presented in Ankara for the first time since its premier in Singapore, providing art lovers with an experience above and beyond typical gallery exhibits.
The Van Gogh Alive exhibit, which reflects Abdi Ibrahim’s 100 years of innovation, uses the display of images on giant screens, walls, columns, floors and even ceilings to redefine the audience’s connection with art. This exhibition heightens all the senses, using light, color and sound to challenge all preconceived notions on how an art exhibit should be.
In Van Gogh Alive, the frameless art exhibit which was created by Australian Grande Exhibitions, the famous artist’s lively and passionately detailed works from 1880-1890 are reflected through the use of 40 projectors equipped with SENSORY4 high resolution technology on giant screens, walls, columns, floors and ceilings.
The exhibit will remain open to visitors in Ankara until January 3, 2013.