Magister Art

The fourth dimension of Art.

Magister Raffaello

A marvellous journey through Italian Renaissance

CANOVA
The journey to Carrara

The protagonist of Neoclassicism in sculpture meets the capital of marble. From 1 August 2019 to 10 June 2020, at CARMI - Carrara and Michelangelo Museum in Villa Fabbricotti.

Magister
Giotto

Venice, Scuola Grande della Misericordia
July 13 — November 23 2017

Magister
Canova

Venice, Scuola Grande della Misericordia
June 16 — November 22 2018

Magister Giotto
The Scrovegni Chapel

Zagreb, Galerija AMZ
7 November 2018 — 15 January 2019

Magister Art

The fourth dimension of Art.

“The new Magister Art is an alternative reality, neither augmented nor virtual.
A new dimension created to accommodate the relationship between opposite poles, where antithetical points of view coexist simultaneously and inclusively. All this generates an experimental language, blending cinema and art, bringing new and exclusive products to the world.”

Renato Saporito, CEO of Magister Art

MAGISTER RAFFAELLO 2020

One-year-long world tour, starting September 2020.

To celebrate the 500th anniversary since Raphael’s death, the exhibition Magister Raffaello is presented to the international public as an unprecedented experiential story. It has been conceived as a journey through six contemporary settings where key artworks accompany the visitor in the discovery of Raphael’s art.

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International Conference: Museum best practices in the digital era
29.10.2020

To celebrate the 500th anniversary since Raphael’s death, the Embassy of Italy in Vietnam has brought to the Museum of Hanoi Magister Raffaello 2020, an innovative exhibition which presents the artworks of the great Renaissance master using cutting-edge digital technologies.

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Renaissance Art, seen today
24.10.2020

Along with the exhibition Magister Raffaello being held until 31st October at the Hanoi Museum, the Embassy of Italy - Hanoi also promotes a conference with leading scholars from Italy and Vietnam discussing the relevance of Raphael’s art to contemporary audiences.

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The Magister Format is analysed in an article published by Ricche Minere, a scientific journal of art history

As part of a focus session on exhibitions dedicated to Canova in 2018 and 2019, Ricche Minere, a scientific journal of art history with international standing, has published an article about the Magister Format, presenting some exhibitions and installations conceived and produced by Magister Art.

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Magister Art at the 2020 Milano Digital Week

Magister Art takes part in the webinar “Digital technologies, augmented and virtual reality for the arts and culture in the city”, part of the event programme for the Milan Digital Week 2020.

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