Spolvero: presence of an absence


The Spolvero is an artistic technique used to bring back to a surface, such as a frescoed wall, a preparatory drawing made on a sheet of paper, a specular spectrum of the artist's definitive work.

Back to Milan


1503. Leonardo returned to Florence where he followed, alongside Niccolò Machiavelli, the despotic ambitions of Cesare Borgia. The artist was fascinated by political power and the intellectual impetus of Borgia. However, he was also repulsed by the horrors that the despot left behind him as he passed.

The lived Cenacle


The first shades of the "Cenacle" impressed the wall of the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie towards the end of the fifteenth century, at the request of Ludovico il Moro.

Communicate art


The Creativi Digitali have supervised the Spolvero communication plan, guaranteeing the meeting between project implementation and social, web and graphic communication.

Lucrezia: the seasons of art


"Ja Pishu Kartin; I write with the paintings "
Lucrezia's artistic journey is a cycle, a succession of seasons.
Her research began during the studies at Brera’s Academy of Fine Arts, in which he went through the observation of some object of magical thought: talismans, amulets, ex voto.

The promoter of the “Milano da Vinci” competition


Possibility meets the idea.
Accenture Italian Foundation has accompanied and made possible, with the "Milano da Vinci" contest, the project idea of Spolvero.

The iron city


Let's remain suspended for a while in the 15th Century. Leonardo is a young apprentice in Verrocchio's workshop; the road that will lead him from Florence to Milan is still hidden in the artist's desire for initiative.

Road to Milan, 1482.


The fifteenth century was about to set in, the Pazzi Conspiracy had ended and Lorenzo de Medici, lord of Florence, had sent some Florentine artists to the three corners of Italy to reconstruct the broken relationships with other cities: Botticelli, Perugino, Rossini and others to Rome, Verrocchio and some students to Venice and Leonardo to Milan.

The Cenacle revealed


Lucrezia Zaffarano, Andrea Sartori, Matteo Carbonara are the three protagonists of Spolvero, the winning project of the "Milano da Vinci" Competition, organized by the Italian Accenture Foundation in collaboration with the Municipality of Milan, in partnership with the Civic School of Cinema Luchino Visconti.