The exhibition "Raffaello.1520-1483" opens virtually for a journey through the masterpieces of the genius of Urbino, with video stories, focuses, backstages, available on the web and social channels of Scuderie del Quirinale.
500 years after the great artist's death, you can admire some of the most beautiful artworks on display, learning details and curiosities about his art and the exhibition. With #RaffaelloInMostra, a rich program takes the amazing light of the displayed masterpieces to your home: 204 artworks, 120 by Raffaello himself, between paintings and drawings, from the most important museums in the world, into a succession, room after room, of faces, looks and gestures of extraordinary beauty.
With the hashtag #RaffaelloOltreLaMostra, it is possible to listen to the curators' stories, and virtually participate in the meetings hosted before the opening at Palazzo Altemps: Silvia Ginzburg addresses the theme of Raphael's youth, Antonio Natali tells the painter's Florentine period, and then Alessandro Zuccari examines in depth his activity in Rome.
Furthermore, the exhibition curators and academics tell more about the artworks and main themes of the painter's art, with many contributions through video pills.
Image: Madonna del Granduca, Raffaello, 1506-1507 ca., Gallerie degli Uffizi - Firenze