”Happy in Italy” is an entertaining journey along Italy: Rome, Florence, Pisa, Venice, Milan.
Throughout three engaging immersive sections, visitors will enjoy:
Featuring hundreds of images and video clips, real size holograms of statues, digital art videos, video mapping technique, guests will have the feeling of being in Italy.
The exhibition is an immersive multimedia show, exciting all senses:
Discover the light, the colors, the joy of Italy, its love for art, good food, life and beauty.
The exhibition was developed by Bedeschi Film (the company that made the videos for the Italian Pavillion in Expo 2015) and Artelling.
To know more: http://www.happyinitaly.com/
The exhibition is a comprehensive look at many different features of Pompeiian life, from economic and religious activity to the more domestic aspects of culinary habits and home interiors. All of this is showcased through the collection of a wide range of artefacts coming from Italian museums, replicas of frescos, films featuring digital reconstructions of the final moments of Pompeii. This exhibition is a Trame's concept.
An exceptional collection of Da Vinci's machines
An exhibition on Da Vinc, enriched with the reproductions of the machines he invented.Read more: Masterpieces Details - Naples - Italy 2014
Artelling organized an event in Expo Milano 2015 in Padiglione Italia:
“How to export Italian art and culture to China”
Artelling organized some exhibitions on Leonardo Da Vinci in China in 2015, in Shenyang and in Dalian. The key to explain Da Vinci to the Chinese public were children, engaged with design, science and robotics laboratories. Da Vinci became a hero and a source of inspiration!
Artelling presented the work done with Chinese students and schools at the event:
July 5th, 2015, 15.00
Expo Milano 2015 - Padiglione Italia
Artelling Art Association China
Here is the book published with all the events.
We realized an exhibition on Da Vinci in Shenyang, a 10-million-people city, capital of Liaoning, in north east China.
In China people study da Vinci at school as the Mona Lisa's painter, while we presented him as a complete renaissance genius, artist and inventor, able to mix art and science.
See video: http://youtu.be/f5NPauNyoYI
In Naples there is an "Impossible Exhibition" which features 117 paintings and frescoes from Leonardo, Raphael and Caravaggio.Read more: Leonardo, Raffaello, Caravaggio – Naples 2013/14