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