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Progetto render della Mostra Modigliani Opera Vision, realizzato da ett
For the multimedia-based involvement of the public, the exhibition was curated by ETT, an industry active in the digital sphere applied to the world of culture. The exhibition can be visited at the Provincial Institute for Children ‘Santa Maria della Pietà’, Calle de la Pietà, 3701 (next to St. Mark’s Square).
Starting tomorrow in Venice, it will be possible to visit “Modigliani Opera Vision“, the proposal by the Amedeo Modigliani Foundation in collaboration with ETT and Space, an interactive and immersive opportunity to admire the Master’s works from new perspectives and with multiple interpretations. The layout of the exhibition is modular. The touring exhibition was hosted in 2018 at the Royal Palace of Caserta and the following year in the city of Liverpool.

For this new stage in Venice, which can be visited until 2023, new exhibition solutions have been designed to enrich the original layout.

ETT covers both the entire ground floor and the second floor of the exhibition, hosting a long corridor with two timelines (one on each side) running along the 8 lightboxes (backlit walls enriched with themed graphics) dedicated to the historical context and Modigliani’s career. Two of the Lightboxes, which thematise the figure of Jeanne Hebuterne, Modigliani’s companion who committed suicide after his death, are located in the shorter corridor of the floor. ETT CEO Giovanni Verreschi said: “The passion for art and culture before everything else, the taste for discovery, the conveyance and furthering of knowledge and the expertise placed at the service of artists and culture enthusiasts are not only the foundation of the Modigliani Foundation Manifesto, but also the pillars that have made it possible for ETT and the Foundation to meet and collaborate. We are completely satisfied with the result achieved through the sharing of knowledge between a company that often speaks quantitative languages such as ETT and the humanistic knowledge of Modigliani’s devotees. The realisation of the exhibition was an opportunity to not only examine the artist’s works in depth, but also the values that shaped his genius. We hope, therefore, that the experiment will not end here, but will provide a solid basis for exploring further traits of the Maestro that we are sure may still be the source of surprising insights. The exhibition is structured as a real cinema, designed so to provide a didactic approach for a neophyte audience and at the same time to delve into sides of Modigliani’s art that have not yet been addressed by the traditional approaches to his works.