High definition images of the cycle of frescoes painted by Giotto on the walls of the Upper Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi will soon be available on-line. In order to document the 28 panels which decorate the central nave of the Basilica10000 photos were taken for a total of 230 gigabytes of data.
The prestigious publication the Istituto Geografico De Agostini dedicated to the Giotto’s paintings in the Chapel of the Scrovegni enjoys the cooperation of Haltadefinizione as far as the whole pictorial source is concerned.
A meeting on the masterpiece, which has made the Lombard City world famous: The Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper couldn’t fail to be part of the cycle of conferences dedicated to the History of Milan, organized by the Administration of Culture of the City of Milan and the Publisher Laterza.
- March 21, 2009 -
The Maurizio Costanzo show of March 21, 2009: a broadcast dominated by Beauty. Fine Arts and Aesthetics were the topics of the event. The attention was particularly focused on Assisi and the cycle of frescoes by Giotto illustrating the Saint Francis’ life on the walls of the Upper Basilica.
- March 6, 2009 -
One of the most interesting cultural events in Spring 2009 is for sure the imposing exhibition "Giotto e il Trecento. Il più sovrano maestro stato in dipintura" (“Giotto and the Trecento. The most sovereign master of painting”) celebrating the work of the most well-known and admired artist.
- January 1, 2009 -
"Deep Space" is the name of the exhibition space projected in the new "Ars Electronica Center" in Linz, an Austrian city appointed European Capital of Culture. The Deep Space is a large room, whose walls (16x9 metres) are utilized for the projection of Full HD images, while visitors can freely move or climb to the gallery, a balcony realized at 5 metres above the ground.
In the Deep Space, throughout 2009 until the end of 2010 some images realized by Haltadefinizione can be admired in different ways: through traditional guided visits or following special evening programs animated by historians of arts.