This is the catalogue, created by Factum Arte, for the exhibition 'Diverse Maniere: Piranesi, Fantasy & Excess' at Sir John Soane's Museum, which focuses in great detail on Piranesi's engagement with the decorative arts. Incorporated are images of the exhibition's displays consisting of meticulous three dimensional reproductions of the objects with details on how each object has been created.
Catalogue for the homonymous exhibition on the work of Giambattista Piranesi, held at Caixaforum Madrid. Alongside original engravings, photographs by Gabriele Basilico of locations depicted by Piranesi and eight objects produced by Factum Arte based on his designs are part of the exhibition.
Double disc DVD containing high-resolution versions of the Carceri d'Invenzione from the collection of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini and 24 page booklet with text by Pasquale Gagliardi, John Wilton-Ely, Norman Rosenthal and Adam Lowe.
Catalogue for the homonymous tapestry exhibition held in Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, in 2011 and featuring weavings from their collection shown alongside contemporary woven works by Azra Aksamija, Lara Baladi, Alighiero Boetti, Manuel Franquelo, Carlos Garaicoa, Craigie Horsfield, Grayson Perry and Marc Quinn.
Catalogue for the exhibition Immortal Pharaoh: The Tomb of Thutmose III which was held at Edinburgh's City Art Centre in 2005 and 2006. The centrepiece of the exhibition, subsequently featured in the catalogue, was an exact replica of Thutmose III’s burial chamber made by Factum Arte.
Catalogue for the exhibition La Tumba de Tutmosis III: Las Horas Oscuras del Sol which was organized by the Minsisterio de Cultura, Fundación Santander Central Hispano and Factum Arte at the Museo Arqueológico Nacional de Madrid. The centrepiece of the exhibition, subsequently featured in the catalogue, was an exact replica of Thutmose III’s burial chamber made by Factum Arte.
A book that follows the recording and production of the facsimile of the Commentary on the Apocalypse of Saint John, 2005. A book that chronicles the recording and production of the facsimile of the Commentary on the Apocalypse of Saint John
A book that chronicles the recording of La Dama de Elche and the producion of a facsimile as a comission by the Museum of MARQ and the Dipitación de Alicante.
Advance digital technologies for reverse engineering and modelling have long been used in industry . Now in an unprecedented project, it has been shown that these technologies can be used to help conserve the tomb of Seti I. This book describes the research and development that has gone into making this possible.
Seti I was a Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt during the 19th dynasty. His tomb is the longest and the deepest in the Valley of the Kings and he was celebrated for his high regard in art and culture. His tomb was perhaps the pinnacle of his architectural projects, with highly refined bas-relief wall paintings.
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