1. Helene, a woman between love and art

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    from Leo de Boer / Added

    In the early years of the last century, Helene Kröller-Müller was one of the richest women in the Netherlands. But all her money could not fulfill her greatest desire: to be with the man she loved. Sam van Deventer who was 20 years younger than her. Instead Helene aimed her great passion on art, resulting in one of the greatest art-collections - Helene can be seen as the woman who discovered Van Gogh - and the high-ranking Kröller-Müller Museum in the east of Holland. Her 'flight' into the arts also allowed Helene to keep in touch with her beloved Sam. In one her many letters to him Helene describes Van Goghs sunflowers as 'flames reaching out to a fiery moon full of desire to draw it close to their burning heart...' 'This museum is born out of grief', Helene wrote. Almost a century later, her grief still resonates. Helene's passion for art and for van Gogh in particular and her complicated relationship with Sam van Deventer, her family and her husband Anton Kröller make up a compelling story of love and art.

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    • "Van Gogh, Gauguin, Bernard. Dramaet i Arles" 6. februar - 22. juni 2014

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      30 dage til at se 30 Van Gogh-malerier Der er endnu fire uger tilbage til at opleve Ordrupgaards roste udstilling "Van Gogh, Gauguin, Bernard. Dramaet i Arles", som skildrer det dramatiske venskab mellem de tre kunstnere. Med denne video får du en lille forsmag på udstillingen, fortalt af Ordrupgaards direktør Anne-Birgitte Fonsmark. 30 days left to see 30 Van Gogh paintings There is still time to catch Ordrupgaard’s praised exhibition “Van Gogh, Gauguin, Bernard: Friction of Ideas”, which depicts the dramatic friendship between the three artists. In this video, Ordrupgaard’s director Anne-Birgitte Fonsmark gives a little preview of the exhibition.

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      • Curator's Perspective: “Vincent van Gogh and Japan”

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        from Frist Center for the Visual Arts / Added

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        Presented by Simon Kelly, curator of modern and contemporary art, Saint Louis Art Museum The Post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh was intensely fascinated with the art and culture of Japan. Over the course of his career, Van Gogh painted copies of Japanese ukiyo-e prints and collected a range of Japanese art. Join lecturer Simon Kelly for a talk that examines the impact of japonisme on the artistic development of Van Gogh, including his use of the formal devices of ukiyo-e and the parallels that Van Gogh drew between Japan and the Provence region of France. See Van Gogh’s work in Looking East: Western Artists and the Allure of Japan through May 11.

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        • El olvido no lo es todo...

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          from Carlos García / Added

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          Proyecto final para la materia de Producción Audiovisual. Música: Spotless Mind / Jon Brion Phone Call / Jon Brion Somewhere only we know / Tim Rice-Oxley, Tom Chaplin y Richard Hughes La música dentro de este material pertenece a sus autores y no se pretende infringir los derechos de autor de las mismas. Está prohibida la reproducción, total o parcial de este material sin dar el crédito a los autores (visual y musical) del mismo.

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          • Voices for Vincent Audiotour

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            from diana steenbergen / Added

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            Donate your voice to the Van Gogh Museum. Be a tourguide. Be a commentator. Let us know why that particular painting of Van Gogh Speaks to you. In your own words, in your own language. Share with your friends. "Hey guys, check this out: you can hear me in the Van Gogh Museum!"

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            • Interview with Saskia Olde Wolbers at 87 Hackford Road

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              Artist Saskia Olde Wolbers explored the intertwining stories of the house in London where Vincent van Gogh once lived in a project produced by Artangel – 'Yes, these Eyes are the Windows' – open to the public from 3 May to 22 June 2014. In this video she is interviewed about how the house intrigued her, the stories inherent in a home, and how the installation transformed this terraced property in South London.

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              • A Tormented Mind.

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                from Bridget Ni Dhuinn Belcher / Added

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                A short film i made for my end of year project in college based on the tormented mindset of Vincent Van Gogh and the post impressionist art movement.

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                • Arnaud Rabier Nowart at Auvers sur Oise

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                  from Bob Kom / Added

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                  Great opening of exhibition "From Impressionism to Street Art" from Arnaud Rabier Nowart Nowart on April 5, 2014 at the Castle of Auvers-sur-Oise. Arnaud is heavily inspired by Vincent van Gogh, which is clearly visible in the works shown at the exhibition. At the opening of the exhibition a book on Arnaud Rabier was launched "Du graffiti à l'Art in Space".

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                  • Vincent van Gogh

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                    from Frank Zweegers / Added

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                    Compilatie van werken van deze Oude Meester

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                    • Vincent (Don McLean)

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                      from Lasallian / Added

                      Don McLean's beautiful tribute to an amazing artist.

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