The Arts House and Corcovado Arts are delighted to extend a special promotion to Singapore Press Club Members for their upcoming series, Van Gogh and Cézanne – Post Impressionists Masters.
The series includes talks exploring the works of these famous artists by Dr. Sian Jay and the screening of award winning art documentaries by film producer Phil Grabsky. Each film provides a captivating in-depth look into the artists famous works. And is accompanied by insights from the world’s leading historians and art critics.
The promotion code CAPIPC should be keyed in the Promotion Code field on the Corcovado Arts registration form (click here) , and the registration fee will then be adjusted to $30 for both sessions. Normal ticket price is $100.
Venue: The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore 179429
Dates: 18 and 25 March, 2018
Time: Both sessions are from 10am to 12.30pm
About the Artists
Vincent van Gogh – A New Way of Seeing
One of the most well-known Post-Impressionist artists, self-taught Van Gogh developed his own style of painting, exploring ways of expressing emotions through loaded brushstrokes and vivid colours, while concentrating on themes of profound symbolism. This lecture will survey the remarkable journey of this truly original master.
The film Vincent van Gogh, a new way of seeing provides viewers with the moving and inspiring experience of seeing Vincent’s iconic masterpieces close-up on the screen and presents new insights and interpretations by specially-invited guests including V. Willem van Gogh, great grandson of Theo van Gogh, and contemporary artist Lachlan Goudie.
Cézanne – Portraits of a Life
Widely acknowledged for bridging the late years of Impressionism and the early years of Post Impressionism, Cézanne’s distinctive style of building form with colour and his analytical approach to nature influenced Cubism, Fauvism and successive generations of avant-garde artists. This session will trace the life and work of “the father of us all” as described b- Picasso and Matisse.
The movie Cézanne – Portraits of a Life offers an unprecedented level of insight into a “once in a lifetime” major exhibition featuring interviews with curators, art experts and the artist’s great grandson Philippe Cézanne. The film also travels to Cézanne’s home and studio in Provence shedding new light on the life and work of this hugely influential artist.
Should you have any questions regarding the talks, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
With warm regards,
Sally J. Clarke
Management Committee Member
Singapore Press Club