They say life imitates art – and that is exactly what celebrities in Romania failed throughout lockdown, in an endeavor to bring renowned works of art to a broader audience on the net.
A joint venture between The National Museum of Art of Romania and the Nottara Theater watched artists from the theatre reenacting a number of the museum’s bits, in movies that were subsequently shared on Facebook.
Sixteen works of art were contained incomplete, together with the articles going up each Monday to provide art lovers with a novel approach to enjoy and learn new things – about the sculptures and paintings.
The functions comprised a portrait by Peter Paul Rubens, a sculpture by Auguste Rodin, and a few of the most significant Romanian painters.
“We started this effort wanting to foster the museum’s legacy, clearly, but also to provide the actors an unconventional means to practice their livelihood in a period when all of the theatres were shut as a preventative measure from the coronavirus, long following the museums in Romania had escalated,” said Cristina Verona Tobi, an interim supervisor in the National Museum of Art of Romania.
The museum considers the lively way of introducing the artworks made people look at them in another manner, discovering new information they might have otherwise overlooked as a result of similarities and tiny differences between the originals and the reenactments.
In short movies, the”framed celebrities” gave a summary of the art, according to the information given by the museum’s curators.
A few of the actors sewed their outfits whenever they could not find something similar readymade or shaved their heads to resemble their personalities.