‘Da Vinci Alive’ in Florence

After the great success of the multimedia exhibition ‘Van Gogh Alive’ this past spring, starting on June 6th ‘Da Vinci Alive’, a full immersion in the work of Leonardo Da Vinci in the deconsacrated church of Santo Stefano al Ponte, close to Ponte Vecchio. 3.000 images will be projected by a new high definition system. Visitors can take a stroll through the most famous paintings of Da Vinci. The exhibition invites guests to enjoy a multi-dimensional experience where colors and sounds are mingled to explore the core of the paintings. If you love the “Mona Lisa” or “The Last Supper” this exhibition is a must. It allows you to explore Renaissance art in the cradle of the Renaissance with different eyes .

The exhibition will be open every day, hours will be announced soon. Meanwhile, take a look at the promotional video!