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La nouvelle version de la chapelle Sixtine de Michel-Ange

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La nouvelle version de la chapelle Sixtine de Michel-Ange

Si Las Vegas possède sa tour Eiffel et ses canaux vénitiens, pourquoi Montréal n’aurait-elle pas sa… chapelle Sixtine? Cette question est toujours actuelle pour tous les promoteurs de rêves.

Si Las Vegas possède sa tour Eiffel et ses canaux vénitiens, pourquoi Montréal n’aurait-elle pas sa… chapelle Sixtine? Cette question est toujours actuelle pour tous les promoteurs de rêves.

С'est pourquoi depuis 10 juillet, le Palais des congrès peut se vanter d’accueillir la première chapelle Sixtine à l'extérieur du Vatican.

L’exposition est une idée de Martin Biallas, dont l’entreprise Special Entertainment Events Inc., basée à Hollywood, travaille avec des sujets comme Star Trek.

Après Montréal, il atterrira à Toronto, à Vancouver et ensuite en Amérique latine. Deux fac-similés de l’exposition passeront aussi en Europe et en Asie.

Le projet est en soi noble: son but est de rendre accessible un décor de fresques habituellement haut perché.

Suivant ce lien http://bit.ly/1CqYGwJ vous pouvez admirer art de Michel-Ange et commander le tableau si vous l'aimez.

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