While the museums are closed due to the health emergency, thanks to a virtual tour accessible from the website www.genusbononiae.it, Palazzo Fava symbolically opens its doors allowing those who have not yet been able to visit the extraordinary exhibition online.
A ‘virtual’ journey to visit the online exhibition The rediscovery of a masterpiece with which Genus Bononiae. Museums in the city reassembled, after 300 years from its dismemberment, the 16 panels of the Griffoni Polyptych, the Renaissance masterpiece by Francesco del Cossa and Ercole de ‘Roberti.
The interactive visit (at a cost of € 5) consists of a path along the entire exhibition with various tags that allow the visitor not only to listen to the narrator that tells the work and the artistic and cultural context in which it was created, but also to see short videos that go into detail on the individual tables and their peculiarities, their critical description, curiosities and anecdotes about the figures represented. Finally, the high quality of digitization allows you to zoom in on the works without losing any detail.
Many news are also coming on platformaventiventi.genusbononiae.it, the platform dedicated to the world of Genus Bononiae, which is being enriched with further contents on the exhibition, from the archive of the conferences held in the past weeks, to the International Study Day last 29 October , to new contents being created in a real schedule.
Interactive tour cost € 5 – Tickets can be purchased on the website www.genusbononiae.it
The purchase of the ticket for the virtual tour will allow holders to take advantage of reduced-cost admission to one of the Genus Bononiae circuit locations when the museums reopen.
On the occasion of the feast of Saint Lucia, Genus Bononiae offers a gift reserved for all Lucia: just send, in the week from Monday 7 to Friday 11 December, an email to email@example.com, attaching your identity card, to receive the free access code to the Virtual Tour.
Tel. 051 19936343