Only a few works remain today from Leonardo’s genius. And the privilege of virtual reality is its ability to bring them all together in one place. For the first time, we offer you the opportunity to confront the different Madonna of the Rocks or the three Madonnas, to admire each detail of the Mona Lisa or the Last Supper.
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The diversity of Leonardo da Vinci’s knowledge and activities makes synthesis impossible … UMA has therefore chosen to present his painted work, throwing hundreds of anatomical and engineering drawings to the ground, town planning, mathematics, and studies of phenomena of all kinds. Creative effervescence, fiery and unbridled, is essential to grasp the breadth of his genius. So here it is spread,
offered to everyone’s curiosity. “The painter must strive to be universal” he said. His genius was greedy for infinity, launched forward, to beyond his century and the following centuries. This virtual reality exhibition attempts to perpetuate this heritage, thanks to the use of new technologies and a demanding artistic curation.
UMA is proud to have fully directed and produced this exhibition. Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo, he keeps embodying humanism and transversality of knowledge. To his genius we pay a boundless admiration. His work, accessible to the general public, is the opportunity to create an exhibition that only virtual reality allows.