Featuring more than 50 life-size inventions and over 15 of his fine art studies, the exhibition will run from Jun 18 to Jan 2, 2022.
Renowned for his famous painting the “Mona Lisa”, Leonardo da Vinci is still honoured for his skills and intelligence today, 502 years after his death.
This June, the Science Centre Singapore will pay tribute to him through an exhibition where science, nature and art converge.
Da Vinci The Exhibition will run from Jun 18, 2021 to Jan 2, 2022 and features more than 50 life-size inventions, over 15 of his fine art studies and dozens of stunning displays showcasing his lifetime achievements.
The exhibition will have 10 themed zones for guests to discover da Vinci’s incredibly advanced understanding of science, mathematics, nature, and how these relate to each other.
Using ‘Da Vinci’s Codices’ (his notebooks) to design and reconstruct his inventions, visitors can look forward to seeing working models of his inventions, reconstructed replicas of his renowned paintings such as “Mona Lisa“, “The Last Supper” and a collection of his famous studies such as how he used the Golden Ratio in his iconic works of art.
The exhibition will also be the first to feature the largest collection of Da Vinci’s inventions in Southeast Asia.
By going for this showcase, you may come to realise that everything connects to everything else, just as Da Vinci did.
Tickets for the exhibition will be available at this website from Jun 11.
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