The interactive exhibition "Raphael 3D the Divine, the great pictorial beauty of the Renaissance", produced by Medartec, was born in the year of the artist's celebrations and exhibits the elegance of Raphael's art through contemporary traditional representation and modern multimedia technology.
When Raphael died in 1520 at the age of 37, also the pope wept. Giorgio Vasari reporting this, defines him as "the mortal God", and does not spare to praise the gracefulness and harmony of the art of the artist from Le Marche region. 500 years after the death of Raphael, the fame of the artist has not diminished and he has always been crowned as the indisputable prince among the greatest artists of the Italian Renaissance.
The exhibition is aimed at spectators of all ages, from school children onwards, involving a large audience with an easily understandable language for all cultural levels. The exhibition intends to provide a broad explanation of the Italian Renaissance, one of the most important periods in the history of art, linking the artist to other Renaissance artists such as Michelangelo, Leonardo, Bramante and the Ghirlandaio. The exhibition’s itinerary offers a clear image not only of Raphaelian art, but also underlines the importance of the Italian Renaissance for all of humanity. This all happens through introductory videos, holograms, educational panels, a gallery consisting of paintings and drawings by the artist, as well as entertaining with an immersive experience through Virtual Reality.
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