Michelangelo A DIFFERENT VIEW

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Current events: Michelangelo Exhibit Licensed from The Vatican Museums

Quick Facts  

Show Type: Exhibit 

Quick Facts 

Everything arrives into one 20 foot container or 26ft box truck. 

Requires 2 days for setup and 2 days for removal. Two stage hands will be needed for loading in / set up and break down / load out. 

The exhibition itself can be maned by as little as 2 people who sell tickets and provide audio guides. 

Audio guides are provided. 

Minimum display time: 4 weeks. 

Normal display time: 6 to 8 weeks. Can be extended weekly after that. 

Ticket sales must be through an official ticket system. 

Approximately 50 images are in the exhibit. 

Depending on the configuration of the space you need 4,200 to 5,200 sq ft of space and a minimum of 12 ft in ceiling height.

Michelangelo Exhibit Licensed from The Vatican Museums 

Looking for an event where you can implement social distancing policies? 

Scheduling 2021 & 2022 now! 
Under the license of the Vatican Museums!

We bring Michelangelo’s frescoes of the Sistine Chapel to you! 

A DIFFERENT VIEW allows an unprecedented closeness to the magnificent works of Michelangelo, the originals of which adorn the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel at a height of 22 meters. Far away from the enormous streams of visitors to the Sistine Chapel, visitors here have the opportunity to take in the imposing paintings at their leisure and allow them to soak in. 

Under the license of the Vatican Museums, the images were reproduced and transferred to special fabric webs. This technique allows a true-to-life reproduction and gives a glimpse of the works, which, apart from Michelangelo, has so far been given to only a few people. 

The elaborate reproductions of the paintings in the exhibition "Michelangelo – A Different View" allow visitors an almost intimate closeness to the magnificent frescoes of the Florentine genius. The transfer of the motifs to special fabric panels has created an exceptional connection to the originals – both in the haptics and in the color rendering. In the process, the exhibition by no means attempted to reproduce the Sistine Chapel. Instead, it aimed to provide observers with a view of Michelangelo’s technique which is still setting standards today as well as to develop a very personal perspective of the depictions and intentions of the artist.

 

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