In his series of photographic works named "Concealed Spaces", Spanish artist and photographer José Manuel Ballester (winner of the 2010 National Photography Award) strips the great masterpieces in the history of art of their human content, allowing the concealed spaces of the Renaissance to take centre stage.
To create his works, Ballester enlisted the assistance of Haltadefinizione, who provided ultra-high definition images of Leonardo’s Last Supper, Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and many other masterpieces, as well as support for the exhibition "Concealed Spaces. Hidden Work in the Renaissance", held at the Real Academia di Spagna in Rome (27 September - 30 October 2012).
Haltadefinizione is working with the artist also on the occasion of the following exhibitions:
"Concealed Spaces", 27 February - 23 June 2013, Frost Art Museum, Miami (Florida)