The 'From Monet to Cézanne' exhibition in St. Petersburg, Russia uses projectors and digital screens to create a surreal experience for the art spectator. The exhibition, held at the Fairgrounds, is featuring the work of Monet, Cézanne, Degas and Renoir. Each digital screen will be accompanied with classical music to enhance the experience — creating the atmosphere of bohemian Paris in the late 19th century.
Harper's Bazaar Russia is hosting a "School of Impressionism" course during the exhibition to let visitors try their hand as the artists. The surreal experience of the 'From Monet to Cézanne' would make anyone want to fly to Russia to experience the art first-hand. The exhibition will be opened November 21, 2014 till March 31, 2015.
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The 'From Monet to Cézanne' Exhibit Explores French Impressionists
- By: Erin FoxNov 20, 2014