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  • TRAILER 'Hockney - Van Gogh: The Joy of Nature' EN

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    The world-famous art of David Hockney (1937) is colourful and colossal. Hockney is inspired by nature, he makes use of bright colours and experiments with perspective. Van Gogh also dealt with this. The resemblances between the two artists are no coincidence. Vincent van Gogh was a great source of inspiration for David Hockney. Discover more parallels in the exhibition Hockney - Van Gogh: The Joy of Nature.

    More info and tickets at https://www.vangoghmuseum.c...

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    Production: Mals Media

    Director: Kay Lindhout
    Interview: Else Siemerink
    Production: Anna Jordans & Else Siemerink
    DOP: Victor Horstink
    Edit: Tomas Kamphuis & Hugo Geijtenbeek
    Sound: Koos van der Vaart
    Music: Arling & Cameron / Modern Day Composers
    Translation: Joey Meeuwisse
    Color grading: Hugo Geijtenbeek
    Audio post processing: Bob Kommer Studio’s Show less
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  • Gauguin & Laval - tentoonstelling Play all

    Dit najaar presenteert het Van Gogh Museum een bijzondere tentoonstelling: 'Gauguin en Laval op Martinique'. In 1887 woonden en werkten de kunstenaarsvrienden Gauguin en Laval op Martinique. Voor het eerst zijn de kleurrijke werken die ze daar maakten samen te zien. Conservator Maite van Dijk bezocht het eiland in de voetsporen van de kunstenaars om onderzoek te doen voor de tentoonstelling.

    Kijk voor meer info op: http://vangogh.com/gRoS30kY5v6
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  • Van Gogh on the road Play all

    Discover the places where Vincent lived and worked in our new YouTube-series 'Van Gogh on the road'. Presented by Yuki Kho and featuring Van Gogh Museum director Axel Rüger and other experts.
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  • Follow Van Gogh Play all

    The friends Ruben, Jiro and Frank have spent the past few months travelling in Vincent van Gogh’s footsteps. They visited landscapes in Brabant and Belgian mines, they ventured through unspoilt nature to Vincent’s final resting place in Northern France, and they continued their journey to the blistering heat of Arles and Saint-Rémy. With their own eyes, they beheld where Vincent grew up and where he created his first works. The three friends visited the place where Vincent endured his testing times and paused for reflection where he ultimately came to rest.
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  • #SunflowersLIVE Play all

    Like to know more about the various versions of Van Gogh's Sunflowers? Have a look at these five Facebook live streams. In these special broadcasts, the curators and/or directors of various museums introduce ‘their’ version of Sunflowers.
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