Raffaello 3D - The Divine
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RAFFAELLO 3D - THE DIVINE
The great beauty of the pictorial Renaissance
Following the enormous success of the exhibition on Leonardo da Vinci 3D on display last year in Bellinzona, the retrospective on the greats of the Italian Renaissance continues and presents an extraordinary exhibition in Bellinzona on the great Raffaello, 500 years after his death.
The interactive exhibition "Raffaello 3D, il Divino - was created on the occasion of the celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the artist's death and displays the elegance of Raffaello's art through traditional representation and modern multimedia technology. The event arrives in Bellinzona on 1 April 2021 and will astonish the public with surprising effects: between augmented reality and holograms, the exhibition breaks down traditional museum boundaries, in an evocative setting, that of the Castello di Sasso Corbaro. Created for young people, the exhibition challenges generational barriers to appeal to all age groups. Its language involves a wide audience belonging to all cultural levels.
The exhibition aims to provide a broad explanation of the Italian Renaissance, one of the most important periods in art history ever, linking Raffaello to other Renaissance giants such as Michelangelo, Leonardo, Bramante, etc.
The exhibition gives the visitor a clear picture not only of Raffaello art, but also underlines the importance of the Italian Renaissance for the whole of humanity. This is done through introductory videos, holograms, didactic panels, a gallery of paintings and drawings reproduced with a special artistic technique.
Inside the exhibition it is possible to admire Renaissance architecture through a reconstruction of the Ideal City by means of a virtual tour, a realistic 3D printed model created at the technological laboratories of the University of Florence and Prato, and an Augmented Reality experience that makes it possible to render particularly realistic the image taken from one of the most symbolic paintings of the period. Some of the artist's most famous paintings are also animated in the gallery.
The exhibition is complemented by a treasure hunt for children, who can learn about the artist and his works through a game that is both stimulating and educational.
Particularly suitable for families and schools, the exhibition take place in Bellinzona at Castello di Sasso Corbaro every day from 01 April to 07 November 2021, from 10.00 to 18.00. Guided tours are available to complement the exhibition.
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- OPENING Mon... Sun: 10:00 - 18:00
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