About the exhibition
Coming from different eras, characterised by different styles, Leonardo da Vinci and Andy Warhol are both genius artists, connected by one of the greatest masterpieces of all times: the Last Supper. The exhibition “Leonardo & Warhol in Milano. The genius experience” features a multimedia installation with highly impactful images that lead visitors through the city of Milan lived, imagined and drawn by Leonardo da Vinci up to a modern, reinterpreted version of the Last Supper dating back to 1986 by the pop-art master Andy Warhol.
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Designed to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death, the itinerary through art hosted in the spaces of the Crypt of San Sepolcro analyses some of the core themes in Leonardo’s work such as the use of water, the relationship between men and earth, as well as nature, technological and architectural innovation. The same way Leonardo during his stay in Milan invented a new way to see the world through his painting, an innovative technique that has opened the way to the development of science, centuries later Andy Warhol has opened the doors to a new interpretation of masterpieces in art.
Tickets and Information
Full ticket: 12 euro
Reduced ticket: 10 euro
Crypt of San Sepolcro, access from piazza San Sepolcro
Find additional information on www.criptasansepolcro.it
Open Tue-Sun 10am-8pm