24 September 2015 will see the opening of a large exhibition of 75 works by Henry Moore at Rome’s Baths of Diocletian: at this prestigious venue we will illuminate a selection of sculptures, drawings, water colours and prints by the great English artist, on display until 10 January 2016.
Moore’s presence in Rome is significant; in fact, twenty years have passed since the last Italian exhibition dedicated to the artist: for the event in the capital, the dialogue between the works of art and light is entrusted to the Yori projectors, already used in numerous exhibitions. On this occasion, both track mounted and surface mounted Yori luminaires will be used, with on-board dimmers, at 22W of power. The luminaires’ LED light sources guarantee outstanding performance, particularly in terms of colour rendering index (CRI>90).
The minimalist design ensures a discreet presence inside the monumental Great Halls of the Baths of Diocletian, efficiently enhancing the various types of work on show. The precise adjustability of the projector also allows for optimum flexibility which, along with the anti-glare accessories, ensures the best possible visitor experience.
The event, curated by Chris Stephens and David Colombo, is promoted by the Special Superintendency for the Colosseum, the National Roman Museum and the Rome Archaeological Area, in collaboration with Tate and Electa.