Masato Terauchi “No One Knows the Real Vincent Van Gogh”
[Image: ©Masato Terauchi]
Ends in 16 days
Over the years, photographer Masato Terauchi has traced the footsteps of 19th-century painter Vincent Van Gogh. This exhibition consists of 30 color photographs that capture a photographer’s point of view. Dutch-born Van Gogh was a late period impressionist who led a turbulent life. According to Terauchi, that turbulent life was art in and of itself. Each of Van Gogh’s work from different periods in his life reflects who he was and provide a deeper understanding of the man. In his later years, Van Gogh was deeply influenced by ukiyo-e. This photo exhibition is a visualization of both Van Gogh’s admiration for Japan and Terauchi’s interest in Van Goh. Terauchi had the rare opportunity to photograph the room at Auberge Ravoux where Van Gogh spent the final 70 days of his life before shooting himself.
from April 10, 2019 to May 12, 2019
From 11:00 To 19:00
Closed on Tuesdays