The French Impressionists
For the first time in Italy, the long-awaited international multimedia exhibition has finally arrived in Rome. The French Impressionists - Monet to Cézanne pays homage to French artists who have changed the history of art thanks to their new approach to the outside world and the surrounding nature, and their way of representing immediacy and fluidity through an incredible use of light and shadow.
The French Impressionists - from Monet to Cézanne - through an exhibition specially designed for the Palazzo degli Esami - will transport you back to the 19th century Paris, where a bohemian center of creativity and innovation is destined to change the face of European art forever. Surrounded by a rich and dynamic environment of lights, colors and sounds, the French impressionists come back to life.
Adults and children are able to immerse themselves in this fascinating and influential artistic movement. The breathtaking paintings are projected on a huge scale with vivid details to bring back, bolder than life, the bold brushstrokes of Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Cézanne and more.
Visiting the exhibition will take you to the most exciting multi-screen environments in the world. Huge crystalline images, so real to touch them, illuminate a wide range of screens and surfaces specially adapted to the exhibition space (immersive effect).
Thousands of images depicting the masterpieces of French Impressionists are projected full-screen thanks to SENSORY4 ™ technology, high-definition projectors, multi-channel graphics and surround sound help create one of the most immersive multi-screen environments in the world.
The way in which the French Impressionists represented modernity and movement, light and shadow, continues to be admired and emulated by generations of artists. Two centuries later, the Grande Exhibitions SENSORY4 ™ technology gives life to their work through the incredible use of light and shadow in a completely new way that the artists themselves could not even imagine.
Allow your senses to enjoy the sight and sounds of 19th-century Paris through the eyes of the painters who made it immortal. To make the overall atmosphere even more suggestive is the vibrant soundtrack, with music by Debussy, Tchaikovsky, Ravel, Offenbach. It will also be an opportunity for schools and students to experience great art in a new way thanks to the educational workshops set up for different levels of education.