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The ground breaking Van Gogh Alive exhibition has arrived in Tel Aviv. The multimedia display has brought the Dutch artist’s paintings to new audiences, clocking up hundreds of thousands of visitors in its tour of countries including Turkey, Singapore and the US.

It includes thousands of 360 degree lifelike images of Van Gogh’s works on 40 high definition screens, synchronised with background music.

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