Remembering Leonardo Da Vinci with ‘Leonardo OPERA OMNIA’ exhibition

River City Bangkok celebrates the Italian Festival with two exhibitions.
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After the Caravaggio OPERA OMNIA series last year at BACC, The Embassy of Italy in Thailand is now presenting the second series as a part of the Italian Festival, which is ‘Leonardo OPERA OMNIA’, a tribute to the 5ooth passing of Leonardo Da Vinci. This time, the embassy has partnered with River City Bangkok to showcase 17 life-sized high-technology reproductions of the artist’s masterpieces at the RBC Galleria on the 3rd floor, River City Bangkok. Some of the works include Mona Lisa, Annunciation and the rarely-seen The Last Supper. With advanced digital technology and lighting installations, the retail space has become a museum-cum-theatre to highlight the masterpieces. The exhibition runs until 7 October with free admission.

Apart from this exhibition, River City Bangkok is also hosting the Italian Renaissance World Premiere Exhibition, showcasing 250 paintings of four Italian Renaissance artists, namely Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael and Botticelle in multimedia format designed by Vision Multimedia Projects. The exhibition runs until 8 November at RBC Galleria on the 2nd floor. Ticket prices are . 300 THB (adults) and 200 THB (children aged over 4 years old / students / seniors aged over 60 years old) and are available for reservation here.

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