It will take place until March 13 2016 in Verona, a unique exhibition of post Impressionism in Europe. Seventy masterpieces come Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, including Van Gogh’s masterpiece (1887), the famous “Self-Portrait”. Following to it, “The Dining Room” Signac (1886-87), “Sunday in Port-en-Bessin” Seurat (1888), and “Composition with Red, Yellow and Blue” by Mondrian (1927). Born in France around 1886, Post-Impressionism, was also called “divisionism” in the Netherlands and Belgium, where many artists were eager to express their art outside the model given by the Impressionists. Some works of the leading exponents of this new technique, which gave birth to the revolution of abstractionism, have been collected and gathered by Helene Kröller-Müller in his gallery. The exhibition is a great opportunity to admire the artistic heritage of a museum that is located in the Dutch countryside, away from the more usual tourist itineraries. The exhibition will also give great space to scientific experiments on colour, and on processes the optical-visual and photography.
Palazzo della Gran Guardia Piazza Bra 1, Verona.