The Genius of da Vinci exhibit at MOSI

The Genius of da Vinci exhibit at MOSI

Leonardo da Vinci wasn’t just interested in anything. Da Vinci was fascinated with everything. The human body and nature. Physics and mechanics. Military engineering. Music. He wrote fables and was a philosopher. Now da Vinci’s thoughts, sketches and words come to life in this interactive exhibit, one of the largest ever shown at MOSI. With more than 200 pieces in the exhibit, including reproductions of some of his greatest works — “The Last Supper”, “Vitruvian Man” and the “Mona Lisa” — da Vinci’s story will be told through an interactive display that invites visitors to turn cranks, knobs and handles and see the devices he conjured in his myriad journals. And Secrets of Mona Lisa will take visitors on a journey into da Vinci’s most famous work, revealing 25 secrets hidden inside the painting. Look inside the mind of a genius in this interactive exhibit that will appeal to adults and children.

View the multimedia project

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