Exhibition

Imagine Van Gogh

5 Dec 2019 – 5 Apr 2020

Regular hours

Thursday
10:00 – 18:00
Friday
10:00 – 18:00
Saturday
10:00 – 18:00
Sunday
10:00 – 18:00
Tuesday
10:00 – 18:00
Wednesday
10:00 – 18:00

Arsenal Contemporary Art, Montreal

Montreal
Quebec City, Canada

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IMMERSIVE EXHIBITION
A CREATION BY ANNABELLE MAUGER AND JULIEN BARON
PRESENTED BY TANDEM

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MESSAGE FROM ARSENAL CONTEMPORARY ART

Due to growing concerns around COVID-19, out of prevention and following government directives issued by Nathalie Roy, Minister of Culture and Communications, Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal is temporarily closed as of Sunday, March 15, until further notice.

Administrative activities continue internally and clients can come by appointment only, by communicating by email at info.mtl@arsenalcontemporary.com

The exhibition Imagine Van Gogh will also be closed from March 15 to March 30. This week, Imagine Van Gogh’s team will directly reach out to guests who have already purchased tickets to coordinate a refund or exchange of tickets for a later date. More information: imagine-vangogh.ca


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Imagine Van Gogh has been called a mesmerizing emotional amplifier. Created by Annabelle Mauger and Julien Baron and centered on their desire to place technology at the service of art, the exhibition uses over 200 of Van Gogh’s works.


A unique exhibition in an ideal setting

The experience of walking among Van Gogh’s paintings is utterly extraordinary. Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal, situated at Notre-Dame and William, is the perfect location to fully appreciate the experience, with all the details, the brushstrokes and the colours that bring our senses to life.

Van Gogh: Immense and immortal

The Imagine Van Gogh exhibition highlights the work from the artist’s Arles period (1888/1889) to his death in 1890. These were exceptional years for Van Gogh, bringing out his talent and his torments in such iconic works as Sunflowers, Irises, Wheatfield with Crows and The Starry Night, but also his Japanese influences with the magnificent Almond Blossoms or his later The Church at Auvers. It also includes many of the portraits he painted during the same period, including his Self-Portraits, the Portrait of Dr. Gachet and La Mousmé. Imagine Van Gogh is accompanied by a musical soundtrack, with pieces selected to accentuate the works on display.

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