Giorgio Albertazzi reads "Leonardo’s Last Supper" by J. W. Goethe.
Words and music ten years after the end of its restoration.
Ten years after the conclusion of its restoration, Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper is the star of an event organized by the Department for Architectural and Landscape Heritage of the City of Milan. The gigapixel image of the Last Supper by Haltadefinizione, projected on a 215 square foot (20 m2) giant screen, will be the perfect background for speakers of the event, able to show all the details of the twenty-year-long restoration project.
In the stunning setting of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, introduced by the sound of antique harps from Fernanda Giulini’s collection, Giorgio Albertazzi will read some passages from “Leonardo’s Last Supper” by J. W. Goethe. Leonardo’s genius and his most celebrated masterpiece will be honoured by Pietro Cesare Marani, one of the most important experts of Leonardo, and Mons. Franco Giulio Brambilla, vicar-general for Culture of the Diocese of Milan.
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