The correspondence with his brother Theo covers the two large periods when the life and creations of Van Gogh falls apart – the Dutch and French periods.
Letters to Theo is a breathtaking, unique document stretching over hundreds of pages.
This is a dialogue not only with the addressee, but with himself, God, and the whole world as well. It looks like a cry of pain. Visitors of this multimedia exhibition “Van Gogh. Letters to Theo” will not only see more than 400 masterpieces of Van Gogh written in different periods of his life - in the Netherlands, in Paris, in Arles, in Auvers-sur-Oise, but also hear the story told in letters from the first- person.
The off-screen text is read by Vladimir Zaitsev, who over- voiced Van Gogh in the movie “Van Gogh. On the doorstep of Eternity "with Willem Dafoe.
The new and unique technology Cinema360 will help you to totally immerse yourself into the artist's oeuvres - images are not projected only on the walls, but even on the floor and on the rear projection screens that visually change the geometry of the hall.
The total projection area is over 1200 sq.m.