Due to the effects of Hurricane Ida, the dates and times for Michelangelo: A Different View event will be postponed to March 17 to April 17, 2022 . Any tickets purchased for September 1st through September 30th will be honored for any of the new show dates. If patrons would prefer a refund they are available at the place of purchase.
Please be aware that further changes to the schedule may be needed as hurricane recovery continues so please check for updates at www.raisingcanesrivercenter.com
The Greater Columbus Convention Center (GCCC) welcomes the general public to the most famous fresco in the world, Michelangelo – A Different View. The sculptor and painter, Michelangelo, spent four years of his life on scaffolding under the vaulted ceiling of the Sistine Chapel painting his interpretation of the history of creation. The exhibit will be on display at the GCCC from December 22, 2021 – January 23, 2022.
On public days, up to 25,000 people from all corners of the world stream through the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican to see some of Michelangelo’s most famous legacies with their own eyes. For a brief moment, the visitors are overwhelmed by the monumental proportions of all the artwork. However, none of them come anywhere near the frescoes in the Chapel.
With our exhibition “Michelangelo – A Different View”, we have found an outstanding solution. Our reproductions do more than justice to the original frescoes – not only in their size but also in their surface texture.
The sculptor and painter Michelangelo spent four years of his life on scaffolding under the vaulted ceiling of the Sistine Chapel painting the most famous frescoes in the world with his interpretation of the history of creation. Prior to this, a simple starry sky had adorned the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Faced by the challenges presented by the structural architecture, he developed revolutionary painting techniques, setting new standards for future generations of painters that are still recognized to the present day.
I wish, the exhibition could stay in my castle forever.
The Sistine Chapel turned to its head
Like a picture book of the giants
Best Edutainment. Stunning and timeless