NEW YORK (AP) – A new multimedia installation in Manhattan will offer new ways to see and interpret Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.”
The Park Avenue Armory show reproduces the 15th century painting with a 40-minute sound-and-light show.READ MORE: Supply Chain Issues: 'There Really Are Problems Everywhere,' Even For Small Companies
The “clone” painting is set within a full-scale replica of the 4,000-square-foot dining hall at Santa Maria Delle Grazie. The convent in Milan houses the original work.
“Leonardo’s Last Supper: A Vision by Peter Greenaway” opens on Thursday.READ MORE: COVID Vaccine 'Mix-And-Match' Study Finds Moderna Booster After J&J Single-Shot Produced Major Increase In Antibodies
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The work by the Welsh-born filmmaker and multimedia artist fills the armory’s cavernous former drill hall.
The armory’s president, Rebecca Robertson, calls Greenaway’s installation “an incredible multimedia reverie.”
The show ends Jan. 6.MORE NEWS: Woman In Critical Condition After Being Struck By Sanitation Truck In Dyker Heights, Brooklyn
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