Naples, the digital reproduction of the masterpieces of Raphael, Caravaggio and Leonardo

The masterpieces of the great artists reproduced digitally.

There are the most important works of Leonardo , Raphael and Caravaggio in ” An impossible exhibition – The work of art in the age of digital reproduction ” , the exhibition is in the convent of St. Domenico Maggiore in Naples . It’s possible to visit for five months, until 21 April 2014. Why the exhibition is “impossible”?

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The masterpieces of great artists


Because there are about 117 original size reproductions in chronological order of the masterworks on backlit panels with a very high resolution.

The project, conceived and directed by Renato Parascandolo with the scientific direction of the professor Ferdinando Bologna , is touring Italy and the world, from Chicago to Malta.

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The exhibition is under the patronage of the President of the Republic, is sponsored by the Forum of Cultures. It’s promoted by RAI and the City of Naples , and carried by the cultural Polo Pietrasanta in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Education, and the Academy of Fine Arts.

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Open every day from 10am to 10pm , entrance 5 euro.

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