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sam. 18 novembre à 07:00/strike>
For this meetup, we are going to check out a very unique film called "Loving Vicent" and an exhibition of Vicent Van Gogh called "Van Gogh & Japan." "Loving Vicent" is a feature film that consists of hand-painted oil paintings. Each of the 65,000 frames were manually painted by professional painters. I am not particuraliy a big fan of Van Gogh, but this is a film that I can not miss. It should be interesting to see his actual pintings and then check out the movie. Hopefully some of you feel the same way.
Meeting Time: 03:00PM (15:00)
Meeting Spot: Around the Park Exit of JR Ueno Station (Access Info)
"The late 19th century artist, Vincent van Gogh [masked]), continues to enjoy tremendous popularity even today. Japonism was at its height in 19th century Paris as Japan became an ideal land and source of inspiration for artists fascinated by Japan-related writings and woodblock prints. Then, in the 1920’s, Japanese artists and literati were drawn in turn by the works of Vincent van Gogh and made pilgrimages to visit his last resting place at Auvers-sur-Oise in France. This joint exhibition with the Van Gogh Museum presents Van Gogh oil paintings and sketches from the collections of prestigious museums of the world together with woodblock prints and materials connected with the Auvers pilgrimage to present the allure of Van Gogh through the medium of intersecting dreams. "(from </a><a href="http://gogh-japan.jp/english/index.html">Official website of the exhibition)
Plsease reserve your seat in advance on the site below.
1. Select the date (11/18)
2. Select the screening time (Loving Vincent - 19:15)
3. You can change the language with the button on the top left corner
4. Select your seat and go through the payment process
If you face difficulty in navigating through the interface, I suggest you to stop by the theater to pickup your ticket before coming to the meeting point of the museum show.
If you have any question, please shoot me a message.
"The film brings the paintings of Vincent van Gogh to life to tell his remarkable story. Every one of the 65,000 frames of the film is an oil-painting hand-painted by professional oil-painters who travelled from all across Europe to the Loving Vincent studios in Poland and Greece to be a part of the production. As remarkable as Vincent’s brilliant paintings, is his passionate and ill-fated life, and mysterious death." (from Loving Vincent Facebook Page)
We will stop by a restaurant after the museum visit and have a chat session. After the meal, we will go to the theater and see the movie.