Giovanni da Modena.
Un pittore all'ombra di San Petronio

Video exhibited at Museo Civico Medievale of Bologna, 2015

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The Museo Civico Medievale in Bologna presented an exhibition in collaboration with the Basilica di San Petronio, curated by Daniele Benati and Massimo Medica, on one of the key figures of Late Gothic painting in Italy, Giovanni di Pietro Falloppi, better known as Giovanni da Modena. The exhibition runs from 12 Dicembre 2014 to 12 Aprile 2015 and is the first exhibition ever dedicated to the artist, born in Modena but Bolognese by adoption, and author of the renowned decoration of the Bolognini Chapel in San Petronio (c. 1411-12), featuring the Last Judgment, the Story of the Magi and the Story of San Petronio, supreme masterpiece of Late Gothic Bolognese painting.

Images of the installation of the exhibition in Bologna. Photos©Gregoire_Dupond

 

 

Factum Arte has been commissioned by the Museo Civico Medievale to produce a 20 mn video which is part of the exhibition and is based on high resolution recordings of the two Crucifixions and the Bolognini Chapel that adorn the walls of two chapels in the Basilica of San Petronio. The work has been carried out with the help of the Factum Foundation.

The 20 minutes video produced by Factum Arte for the exhibition "Giovanni Da Modena. Un pittore all'ombra di San Petronio"

A view of the video exhibited at Museo Civico Medievale. On the left the Verdant Cross, Mystery of the Fall and Redemption of Man by Giovanni da Modena.

A view of the video exhibited at Museo Civico Medievale: the upper side of the Cappella Bolognini in the Basilica of San Petronio

A view of the video exhibited at Museo Civico Medievale: front view of the Cappella Bolognini in the Basilica of San Petronio

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