Da Vinci’s Sculpture in Venice opens to public on February 13, 2019
TalkSport article DE LA VINCI’S SCULPTURE IN VENICE (DVS) has opened to public for the first time since the death of the renowned Italian sculptor in March 2019.
The installation will open to the public on Wednesday (February 13) at the Sittard Palace, near the Grand Canal, at 11am, and will remain open to visitors until 11pm.DVS will also host a celebration on February 20, the official opening of the exhibition.
“I am really excited to have this show open for the public.
We are going to open up a new chapter of the DVS, and it will be a truly new show,” DVS director Alessandro Di Giacomo said in a statement.
The exhibition’s history started with DVS’ founder, Italian sculptors Leonardo da Vinci and Giovanni Battista di Modigliani.
They created the famous, multi-layered sculptures of animals, animals and humans which depict the human form.
The show’s main focus is on da Vincin’s work on the Mona Lisa.
The Mona is an ancient Italian painting by Leonardo, painted around the year 1511.
In 2017, the exhibition was expanded to include a large number of the sculptures of da Vincis paintings on display in a permanent exhibition.