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We have a double offer on occasion of the exhibition Magister Giotto. As our client you can get the reduced-price ticket for the show at Scuola Grande della Misericordia till November 5th. Furthermore, the parking is discounted:
- 22 Euro for 24 hours instead of 32 Euro
- 20% off for the following days
To get the discount just present the exhibition ticket to our cash desk at the checkout.


The exhibition:
On the occasion of his 750th birthday, Magister Giotto is the first major multimedia exhibition to be dedicated to the great Tuscan artist. A set of emotions to be discovered through a unique and surprising narrative, with the extraordinary participation of Luca Zingaretti and Paolo Fresu.

From July 13th to November 5th, 2017, Magister Giotto offers an immersive, unique and exceptional experience in the magnificent Scuola Grande di Santa Maria della Misericordia in Venice, which will bring closer the most hidden meanings of the masterpieces of this extraordinary artist for the first time.


The exhibition unfolds through seven spaces of a great perceptive impact, with scenographic reconstructions and illusory visions. The technology placed at the service of art offers an unprecedented experience to all visitors, in which details, events, broader intervals are highlighted and enhanced to help convey the most hidden meaning of one of the most fascinating revolutions in art history.

To accompany the visit, there is an exciting narrative lasting 45 minutes. A mix of music, words, visual impressions that through the voice of actor Luca Zingaretti and the soundtrack made for the occasion by the jazz-player Paolo Fresu will, from work to work, reveal the extraordinary novelty of Giotto’s art.

The Franciscan history of Assisi, the Scrovegni Chapel in Padua, the majestic Crucifixes and the other works made in Florence run through the narrative, which ends with the Giotto Mission in 1986, created by the European Space Agency, which for the first time in history intercepted the Halley Comet, painted by Giotto in the Adoration of the Magi in the Scrovegni Chapel, Padua. 


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