The choice of the name “Artgender” derives from the consideration for which the brand that identifies a particular company that operates in the sectors of event planning, publishing and communication has never been used; for us art is a real type of human being, that is, who is deeper. Does not exclude anyone but renames a category, composed of very different people within… elsewhere I think, origin and direction; but, united by a single factor: the artistic one. Anyone can be or feel like an artist as long as he is concerned with producing or simply approaching any form of expression. Our identity is necessary, in things, in people, in words, in ways… that teaching contributes to formation ‘individual evolution.

Bedroom in Arles (Van Gogh)

This wonderful painting by #VincentVanGogh depicts the bedroom’s interior of the “yellow house” that hosted the artist during his happy period in Arles. For this reason it’s believed that “#Bedroom in Arles” is one of the author’s most intimate works

☞ Do you know…

‣ Of this work there are #three versions, different but very similar to each other, all made over a year. Now preserved respectively at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, at the Art Institute of Chicago and at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris


‣ The interpretations of the painting are contradictory, what on which there is no doubt is the intention of the painter to transpose sensations of absolute #rest on canvas, as if admiring the work it was possible to calm the mind and placate the imagination


‣ Vincent represents space through his own pleasure of living it, that’s why he uses a wide range of #colors with bright shades and makes a less realistic but more involving #perspective using the window as a focal point towards which everything else converges giving the idea that it’s “sucked” through a funnel effect



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⇒ Date: 1888 – 1889

⇒ Material: Oil on canvas

⇒ Dimensions:72 cm × 90 cm (28.3 in × 35.4 in)

Site: Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam