Rebellious soul, often misunderstood, envied and admired at the same time by his fellow citizens. Michelangelo Buonarroti was condemned to loneliness for life which forced him to express himself in his own way, establishing himself as an absolute and unsurpassed genius both in sculpture and in painting.
"To which work you never think of sculptor or creator, rarely being able to add design, or grace, or with difficulty never being able to finiteness, cleanliness and to pierce the marble as much with art, as Michele Agnolo did there, because the value and power of art can be seen in everything. " Giorgio Vasari had thus described one of the artist's most beautiful works, La Pietà.
The interactive exhibition dedicated to the Florentine genius, Michelangelo, through contemporary traditional representation and modern multimedia technology, addressing spectators of all ages, from school onwards, and involving a large audience with an easily understandable language for all cultural levels.
The exhibition intends to provide a broad view of the Italian Renaissance, one of the most important periods in the history of art, connecting the artist to other Renaissance artist such as Raphael, Leonardo, Bramante and Ghirlandaio. The exhibition itinerary engages the visitor in Michelangelo's universe, introducing him to the art of the Italian Renaissance.
This happens through introductory videos, holograms, didactic panels, a gallery composed of paintings, the artist's drawings and sculptures - both in augmented reality and with sculptures of the Marinelli Artistic foundry, as well as entertaining with an immersive experience of videos and suggestive music that depitcs the artist through magnified images, through Virtual Reality and other technologies that bring visitors inside Michelangelo's work.
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