Mona Lisa Live 2013 - Cancelled
By Natalie Hurvitz (07/07/2013)
A new multimedia exhibition, which was supposed to display the best of the classic Renaissance works of art, has been cancelled in the last moment. It was an Israeli-Italian production, with the help of Italian producer, Piero Donatello. The exhibition was supposed to take place at Hatachana, the Old Railway Station in Tel Aviv, throughout the month of July 2013.
Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci
The exhibition was meant to display Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo's works of art in an open space using projectors and huge screens, as well as animation and three dimensional effects. The exhibition planned to take use of new platforms in order to give a new life to the classic Renaissance art, and present it in a new light.
The Mona Lisa exhibition's intention was to create a unique experience and a fascinating journey through recapturing the special atmosphere of the Renaissance period in Florence. Many people in tel aviv were expecting to experience Da Vinci and Michelangelo's art, and the authentic feel of Renaissance Florence.
Before the cancellection notice was published at the beginning of July, the exhibition ogranizers promised to use art platforms, such as theater, multimedia and music, and was designed for both adults and children. At the end of the journey, the visitors were invited to creative workshops for children in the spirit of the Renaissance period.
The exhibition was planned to take place at Hatachana, 2 Kaufman Street, Tel Aviv. In a short message, the Tachana website now informs its visitors (in the Hebrew language only) that The Mona Lisa Live exhibition was "cancelled due to technical difficulties beyond the management's control".
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