Milan’s Palazzo Reale hosts an exhibition of 200 works by the Dutch artist
Reggiani has created the lighting design for an exhibition dedicated to one of the world’s most famous graphic artists, Maurits Cornelis Escher, which is taking place at the Palazzo Reale in Milan.
M.C. Escher created over 448 lithographs and over 2000 drawings and sketches in his lifetime and the exhibition expresses the versatility of this multi-faceted artist which include the Sfere with reflective hand to Relativity (or stairs House), Metamorphosis and Belvedere.
Reggiani supplied the exhibition with its Yori track 10W version with integrated anti-glare and lens accessories which allow it to adapt the light beam to individual display requirements.
“Lighting up the amazing world of Maurits Cornelis Escher was a complex and ambitious mission,” says Matteo Reggiani, Corporate Strategic Officer of Reggiani. “Illuminating the many facets of such a versatile artist to enhance his genius to the world: this time our task was even more challenging and the result fills us with satisfaction”.