The Rijksmuseum Museum in Holland had an idea: Let’s bring the art to the people, in this case Rembrandt, and then we hope they will come to see more at the museum.
They took one of Rembrandt’s paintings from 1642, “Night Watch,” brought to life the characters in it, and placed them in a busy mall. The rest you can see for yourself.
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