Vol. 9 (2020): Stones, Castles and Palaces to Be Read: Graffiti and Wall Writings in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Part Three - Organizing an Exhibition

Urbino’s Graffiti: From the Wall to the Exhibition

Manuele Marraccini
Independent Scholar
Published March 7, 2020
Keywords
  • Database,
  • Engravings,
  • Light,
  • Photography,
  • 3D
How to Cite
Marraccini, M. (2020). Urbino’s Graffiti: From the Wall to the Exhibition. Journal of Early Modern Studies, 9, 195-202. https://doi.org/10.13128/jems-2279-7149-11196

Abstract

The article traces a journey which started with my university thesis and has become a tangible reality in the pathway through the exhibition ‘La pietra racconta. Un palazzo da leggere’ (Urbino, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche 29 marzo-21 maggio 2017). The cooperation of many specialists (historians, information technology specialists, photographers, graphic designers and communicators) has made it possible to realize this project. A hidden story has been revealed thanks to different media in order to offer the public a multimedia visit, an innovative and pioneering learning experience.