Palazzo Ducale , in the beautiful venue of the Appartamento del Doge, dedicates to Jheronimus Bosch, an intriguing exhibition entitled “Jheronimus Bosch and Venice”, whose curatorial duties are held by Bernard Aikema, and with the technologic support of Gabriella Belli and Paola Marini.
The exhibition features over than 50 works of art, from all around Europe, that revolve around the three “Venetian” masterpieces, returned to their former glory. This is an extraordinary show combined with an immersive technology and app with augmented reality for a spectacular experience in the Jheronimus Bosch‘s world.
“Jheronimus Bosch and Venice” is co-produced by the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia and the Museo Nazionale Gallerie dell’Accademia di Venezia, with the patronage of the Dipartimento di Culture e Civiltà, University of Verona.
- Jheronimus Bosch, Jacob Isaacsz van Swanenburg La bocca dell'Inferno e la nave di Caronte con la Sibilla cumana ed Enea Collezione privata, Svizzera