What is it about?
The French Impressionists – Monet to Cézanne
The French Impressionists – Monet to Cézanne, a production by Gianfranco Iannuzzi, Renato Gatto, Massimiliano Siccardi, in association with Grande Exhibitions using SENSORY4™ technology is an extraordinary multimedia exhibition about the most important French impressionist painters who changed the history of modern art with their unique style.
What am I going to see?
The exhibition rooms present wide spaces with video images projected on all directions, on a vast array of screens and surfaces specially tailored to the exhibition space.
Entering the exhibition, there is an area with introduction panels that present lives and works of art of the French Impressionists. The exhibition uses SENSORY4 ™ technology, a unique system that incorporates up to forty high definition projectors, multi-channel motion graphics and cinema quality surround sound – resulting in one of the most exciting multi-screen environments in the world.
How long does it take to visit the exhibition?
An average visit can take about one hour. Yet, there is no limit and visitors are welcomed to spend as long as they wish in the exhibition.
What is the aim?
The exhibition has an essentially didactic and cultural aim. It shows the style and originality of the French Impressionists, displaying their works of art in a completely innovative way thanks to the incredible detail provided by high definition projections.
Can a child visit The French Impressionists – Monet to Cézanne?
Everyone can visit the exhibition, without age limits. Children can move around the exhibition. We kindly recommend parents to keep their children close to them, paying attention they do not run or speak loudly so as not to disturb other visitors.
Is the venue accessible to visitors with disabilities?
The Palazzo degli Esami is accessible to visitors with physical disabilities as it has a street level ramp and a stair lift (maximum weight capacity of 180kg).
Are there any specific indications to which visitors with physical or mental disabilities should pay attention?
The exhibition images and the general experience can be of great emotional and visual impact, given the vivid and bright colours of the projections. Fading or sliding images alternate light and moments of darkness. Even the audio is an integral part of the visit and is as engaging as in Dolby Surround cinemas.
Can I visit the exhibition bringing my dog?
Admission is allowed only to very small dogs, if kept inside dog transports or bags.
Can I visit the show with my child in the stroller?
Yes, you can visit the exhibition taking the stroller with you.
Is there a cloakroom service?
Yes, there is a cloakroom service with fee.
Can I take pictures of the works on display?
Yes, but without using the flash.
Are there any agreements for discount tickets?
All agreements with public bodies, public administration and private subjects will be published on the website in the “Agreements” section.
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