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About the Exhibition

Welcome to our Artech for healing Sunflower exhibition. In Vincent short but intense decade as an artist, he poured his soul into nearly 900 paintings and penned over 2000 of heartfelt letters. Among these works, classics like “The Potato Eaters,” “Sunflowers,” and “Starry Night” speak volumes about his innermost thoughts and feelings. Near his hometown of Zundert in Brabant, fields of tulips and sunflowers bloomed, during summer. Each petal echoing his profound connection to nature. To him, sunflowers weren’t just flowers—they were symbols of resilience, always turning towards the sun’s warm embrace. In a poignant letter, he wrote, “The sunflower is mine.”


Sunflowers became a source of comfort and inspiration for Vincent. Despite life’s challenges, his paintings shimmered with hope and determination. As he once wrote, “It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is well done.” Through his Sunflower series, we glimpse not only his artistic brilliance but also his profound love for life and his wishes of the blossom of friendship with Paul Gauguin.

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Upon entering the exhibition, you will explore four main areas, delving into Vincent’s past, his homeland, and lesser-known stories. Additionally, within the exhibition, collaborations with two contemporary digital artists allow you to experience the collision and fusion of modern art technology with contemporary culture, indulging in a feast for the senses of sight and sound. Enjoy the journey.

Exhibition Venue

Address: Appreciator Gallery, Room 414, Arcade, 100 Cyberport Rd, Hong Kong

About the Artists

Yan Paul Dubbleman

(The Netherlands)


Inspired by nature, universal symbolism and shared associations, he creates digital art pieces in the style of Ambient Art. Walk into the space, notice a pleasing shape, continue with your day with the work in the background.


The goal is to create an ambience of colors, movement and familiar shapes that also exist when you don’t consciously notice them.





Hailing from Mauritius, Kimbol is a versatile 3D artist, designer, and educator with a master’s in Architecture from Tongji University. Based in Shanghai, he founded Koncoct Studio, showcasing talents in 3D art, animation, photography, and filmmaking. His work in Web 3.0 earned recognition, including a silver award in the Digital Art Competition by Liveart/Binance. Notably, he initiated the DodoVerse, aiming to revive the extinct Mauritian Dodo bird through a pioneering 3D blockchain project.

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