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Great Congress at the Stelline: “The Last Supper of Leonardo: reflections and results in the tenth anniversary from the end of the restoration works”

On Monday 14, the Image by Hatadefinizione of the Last Supper will be the protagonist of the meeting at the Stelline of Milan, together with theMinister Mr Bondi and the Mayor Mrs Moratti and also art scholars such as Pietro Cesare Marani and the whole management of the Departments of the Architectural and Landscape Heritage. This meeting closes the celebrations of the tenth anniversary of the restoration carried out at the Cenacle.

Giorgio Albertazzi reads "The Leonardo’s Last Supper" by J.W. Goethe. Words and music ten years after the restoring conclusion

Ten years after the conclusion of the restoring works, The Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper becomes the main protagonist of an evening event organized by the Department for  Architectural and Landscape Heritage of the City of Milan. The image by Haltadefinizione of the Last Supper, projected onto a 20 m2 maxi-screen, will accompany the interventions of the event enabling to capture all details of the twenty years restoring work.

The images of Haltadefinizione for the G8 at L’Aquila

The Main Conference Room, strategic heart of the awaited G8 in progress at L’Aquila, is the result of a fascinating, functional fitting project. The room setting shows in the background a great view of the charming landscape of the Gran Sasso realized by an original architectural  trick: A panoramic glass window and an imposing high definition reproduction of the Abruzzo’s high mountain tops.

A virtual museum dedicated to the “Codex Purpureus Rossanensis"

The supply of Hi-tech equipment, notably that of HD, has greatly contributed to the setting up of this virtual museum housing the “Codex Purpureus Rossanensis”  This activity is part of a project called  the ‘Byzantine Theme Park’  whose aim is to promote one of the most precious documents surviving from Late Antiquity.