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The Impossible Exhibitions
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Since 2003 more than thirty Impossible Exhibitions have been set up in cities and small towns, in Italy and abroad: from Chicago to Porto Ercole, from Mexico City to Catania, from Malta to Naples, from Milan to Todi, from Rome to Vinci, from Vigevano to Östersund (Sweden).

Up to now, more than one million visitors have been there, more than sixty percent of them very young, and, in any case, non-regular visitors to museums and art exhibitions attracted by the didactic value of the exhibitions but also by the desire to be able to see, strictly arranged in chronological order, all the paintings and frescoes of a great painter: from Leonardo to Raphael to Caravaggio.

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