.:. art / Da Vinci, five hundred years later
December 18, 2018 through March 17, 2019
Tue-Sun 10am-6pm; closed on Catholic festivities; entrance charge (tickets sold till half an hour before closing time)
The Ambrosiana, a research institute established by cardinal Federico Borromeo in the early 17th century, keeps the Codex Atlanticus, which is the largest collection in the world of drawings and writings by Leonardo da Vinci. The 5th centennial of the birth of the genius is celebrated in 2019, and it comes quite natural that a series of special exhibitions are organized here on the occasion.
.:. To begin, 46 original sheets of the Atlanticus are displayed, chosen for being relevant to the city of Milan. A selection of drawings of war machines will follow starting from March, 2019, and the series is scheduled to last till early 2020.
I segreti del Codice Atlantico
Piazza Pio XI 2
Euro 15 / Euro 10
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