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"Madonna della Loggia" caused a stir in Vladivostok

"Madonna della Loggia" caused a stir in Vladivostok
Photo: sberbank.ru

On the first day of the exhibition, more than half a thousand people came to see the painting by Sandro Botticelli in the Primorsky State Art Gallery. With the support of Sberbank, Madonna della Loggia first arrived in Russia.

“I heard a lot about creating a unified cultural space, but I have never seen the embodiment of such projects. This is the first time we have taken this exhibit so far, ”said the Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Italy to Russia, Pasquale Terraciano.

At the initiative of Sberbank, a tactile copy of the picture was also created for the blind and visually impaired using innovative multi-layered printing technology. Visitors who do not have vision problems can wear special impermeable glasses and get acquainted with the picture only by means of touch, in order to understand how people who are deprived of vision perceive art.

Also, with the assistance of the All-Russian Society of the Blind, an audio guide was prepared. As Andrei Bednarsky, deputy manager of the Primorsky branch of the bank, noted, this project makes accessible world masterpieces for residents of the Far East. "Madonna della Loggia" in Primorye exhibited until November 6, and then will go to the State Hermitage.