VAN GOGH EXHIBITION IN ITALY. BETWEEN WHEAT AND SKY
THE EXHIBITION-EVENT IN VICENZA
The arrival of Van Gogh’s works in Italy will be the greatest event dedicated to the Dutch painter ever organized in Italy.
Never have so many works been exhibited: 40 paintings and 85 drawings to know the life and the works of Van Gogh.
The exhibition entitled “Van Gogh. Between wheat and sky” is curated by Marco Goldin, who last year brought to Treviso the majestic exhibition dedicated to Stories of Impressionism, and now he will retrace the life and artistic career of Van Gogh thanks to his works and the letters the artist sent to his brother Théo, which constitute a personal diary.
And it’s these letters that are the central theme of the exhibition: they will allow you to make a journey into Van Gogh’s mind and follow his own path to peace and longed-for serenity.
But these letters will allow you to fully understand his works and their origin, too.
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WHEN AND WHERE TO SEE VAN GOGH IN VICENZA
The exhibition dedicated to Van Gogh in Italy will be on view inside the architectural masterpiece built by Andrea Palladio, located in the historic centre of Vicenza.
Where: Palladian Basilica
When: from October 7th 2017 to April 8th 2018
Opening times: from Monday to Thursday: 9 am- 6 pm; from Friday to Sunday: 9 am- 8 pm
WHERE TO BUY YOUR TICKET AND HOW TO SKIP THE LINE
You can buy your ticket at the ticket office, but pay attention: there are likely to be endless queues. So, just be patient! (I warned you!)
Ticket (without reservation): you can buy it at the exhibition venue.
Ticket (with reservation): you can buy it online or by phone.
RESERVATION AND INFORMATION SERVICE: (+39) 0422 429999 (from Monday to Friday: 9 am-1.30pm and 2.30pm-6 pm. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays)
Or you can book online HERE—> http://biglietto.lineadombra.it/prenotazione.aspx
Open ticket: it allows you to enter when you want and without booking date and time. The ticket is conceived for those who want to give it as a gift to a friend; but it’s perfect also for those who want to see the exhibition but want to decide at the last minute, and want to avoid the line at the ticket office.