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'Magister Raffaello' opens in Hanoi
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‘Magister Raffaello’ opens in Hanoi

Categories: Culture and creativity -Visual Arts
The innovative exhibition dedicated to the great Renaissance artist inaugurates its world tour with a world première in Vietnam.
Magister Raffaello 01
Magister Raffaello 01

The ‘Magister Raffaello’ world tour opens in Vietnam, thanks to the Italian Embassy in collaboration with the exceptional venue hosting the exhibition: the Museum of Hanoi.

Conceived by the innovative cultural enterpise Magister Art to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death and curated by the art historian Claudio Strinati (co-curated by Federico Strinati and with the support of an international scientific committee), the exhibition presents six key works by this great artist. Crossing six different digital environments, visitors can retrace the history and places of Raphael’s life and work, examining in depth the historical context and the numerous artistic personalities who accompanied him. The exhibition is also accessible through an App, available in 4 languages, including Vietnamese, and with one experience for adults and one for children.

‘Magister Raffaello’ perfectly combines technological avant-garde and environmental sustainability, allowing the exhibition to travel from country to country in total safety. Thus culture proves itself once again capable of overcoming all barriers and reaching the public even in these difficult times we are experiencing today. Visitors to Magister Raffaello in Hanoi will enjoy this unique exhibition in complete safety, in a venue in full compliance with the health measures in place.

The exhibition is inaugurated and presented to the general public through an online event scheduled for 10 am (local time) on 6 September, broadcast live on the Facebook channels of the Museum of Hanoi and the Italian Embassy in Vietnam.

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