The artist José Manuel Ballester has chosen Haltadefinizione’s images for his “concealed spaces”.
In his series of works he calls “Concealed Spaces,” the Spanish artist and photographer José Manuel Ballester, the winner of the 2010 Spanish National Photography Award, removes the figures of people from the great masterpieces of the history of art, allowing the empty, and otherwise 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 Venusand many other masterpieces, with technical support for the exhibition “Concealed Spaces. Hidden Work in the Renaissance” at the Real Academia of Spain in Rome, from September 27 to October 30, 2012.
Haltadefinizione is also working with the artist on the exhibition “Concealed Spaces” scheduled for February 27 through June 23, 2013 at the Frost Art Museum in Miami, Florida.
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