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Explore Van Gogh Through Film At The Art Institute

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Updated: 29 March 2016
The Art Institute of Chicago is offering a variety of programs in conjecture with its Van Gogh exhibit. The museum will host screenings of the films Vincent (1987) on April 7th, Lust for Life (1956) on the 16th, Vincent and Theo (1990) on the 23rd, and Van Gogh (1991) on the 30th. For a more in depth look at Van Gogh’s depiction in film, don’t miss the lecture by Facets director Milos Stehlik on the 9th as he goes over how portrayals of the artist have changed through time. Both the lecture and screenings are free with the cost of admission. These films offer a contrasting view of how to tell Van Gogh’s story, from the quiet Van Gogh to the dynamic Lust for Life.

📅 April 7, 9, 16, 23, 30, 2016

📍 111 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL, USA

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