Dutch masters take center stage in the new exhibition Fabrique des Lumières

Dutch masters take center stage in the new exhibition Fabrique des Lumières

Starting this weekend, 325 paintings by 50 different Dutch masters will take over the large Fabrique de Lumières hall in the Westergasterrein. This relates to the exhibition “From Vermeer to Van Gogh, Dutch Masters” and “Mondrian, An Excess of Colour”. AT5 took a look.

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Making process

A team of 30 people worked for a year on “From Vermeer to Van Gogh, Masters of Holland” and “Mondrian, Surplus of Colour”. The exhibition takes the visitor into the world of the artists through images and music. For the exhibition, the team used techniques from artificial intelligence. ''We use it more and more, because you create an atmosphere. “It is an environment to present works of art,” says Virginie Martin, creative director of Fabrique des Lumières.

Dutch artists continue to record

The choice to display this group of Dutch artists at Fabrique des Lumières comes at a time when the popularity of these works seems to have reached a new peak. Recent exhibitions of Vermeer and Frans Hals at the Rijksmuseum have attracted huge crowds and generated a renewed appreciation for these classics.

The exhibition can be seen until the end of this year.

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