Claude Monet famously painted a whole series of Rouen's Notre Dame Cathedral at different times of day. Half a century later, Roy Lichtenstein made a Pop art version. Now Monet's and Lichtenstein's paintings are projected on the front of the cathedral at night, transforming the church itself into a giant painting. The effect is truly stunning.
'From Monet to Pixels', created by artist Skertzò, every night until September. More images here.
Visiting the Mauritshuis today to see the 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' for real (as reality follows blog posts these days), I was struck by that other Vermeer , hanging across the room from her, which provided one answer to the questi… Read the full post »