Claude Monet comes back to Ligurian Riviera

The multimedia exhibition is cured by ETT.

After 135 years from Claude Monet’s stay in the Ligurian Riviera, three of his paintings come back to Bordighera and Dolceacqua, where he painted them.
The masterpieces on display are considered by the critics to be among the most interesting of his production.
The exhibition, curated by Aldo Jean Herlaut, is set up in two locations: Villa Regina Margherita in Bordighera and Castello Doria in Dolceacqua. It will be open until July 31, with a single ticket. In addition to narrating the artist’s journey and experience, the exhibition explores and documents life on the Riviera between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the last century.

The works of art will be accompanied and further enriched by a technological path signed by ETT: Video projections, touch monitors, immersive sound and light effects will contribute, within these two spectacular locations, to revive the emotions and feelings experienced by the artist in his contact with nature, with the wonderful colors of the Riviera.



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