Until January 12, the ‘Unknown Van Gogh’ Exhibition is held at Moscow Palace of Culture (MIIT), which shows 100 paintings, drawings and letters of Van Gogh.
Over the course of his life, Van Gogh wrote over 2.000 works, among which there are 930 paintings and 1.100 drawings and sketches. During the life of the artist, the works were underestimated, and today they are included in the top list of the most expensive masterpieces.
“The exhibition presents both the famous stories of the master, and little-known, but no less great paintings. According to them, one can trace the entire creative path of Van Gogh as an artist,” commented the organizer of the exhibition, Alexander Smirnov.
For convenience, the exhibition is accompanied by an audio guide using an application that reads QR codes. As part of the exhibition, art workshops are held. Under the guidance of an artist-teacher, anyone can draw a masterpiece and decorate his house with it.
Exhibition working hours: on weekdays – from 12:00 to 21:00, on weekends – from 11:00 to 20:00. More details can be found on the website of the organizers.