Fabbrica del Vapore. Milano


The Leonardo Da Vinci 3D exhibition is organized by ME20, in co-production with the Municipality of Milan and in collaboration with the ICAR of the CNR (National Research Council), as well as with other important institutions and companies.
A continuous and careful series of studies and research has brought to light a multi-faceted Leonardo, a character who is not by chance considered the genius of the Renaissance. His work ranges from science to painting to modern disciplines, as if they were elements connected through a thorough search for similarities and reciprocal linearity.
Leonardo Da Vinci 3D will explore the life of Leonardo through a tale of lights, colors, music and augmented reality, which will involve his life in Milan, his figure as a painter and engineer, including the ingenious machines, the ancient codes, and the historical photographs of Alinari.
Much more than an immersive show!


The Scientific Committee


Prof. dr. Michael W. Kwakkelstein (president)


Doctorate at the University of Leiden with a thesis entitled "Leonardo da Vinci as a physiognomist. Theory and drawing practice ", is professor of Art History at the ISI of Florence (International Studies Institute), specialized in the visual arts and art theory of the Renaissance in Italy. Always focused on researching the relationship between the theory of art and the artistic practice, he has been the curator of some of the most important art exhibitions of recent years. Member of the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities, and honorary member of the Florentine Academy of Arts and Design, he has been director of the Dutch University Institute for Art History in Florence since 2008.


Dr. Marine Kevkhishvili


Graduated in Philology and teaching of German language and literature at the Javakhishvili University of Tbilisi, and with a master's degree in Art History, Italian Literature and German Literature at the University of Hamburg, she is a PhD student in Art History at the Humboldt-Universität of Berlin. She has participated in conferences on the history of art at European level and is the author of various publications.


Dr. Stefano Corazzini


Graduated in Architecture at the University of Florence with a thesis on Palazzo Vecchio, he obtained a second-level European Master in History of Architecture at the University of Roma Tre, and he is a PhD student at the University of Utrecht. He participated in the research of La Battaglia di Anghiari in Palazzo Vecchio, works at the Mus.e Firenze Association as a mediator, and collaborates in the Architecture program of the ISI in Florence (International Studies Institute).