Step into History: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Unveiled in a Revolutionary Multi-Sensory Exhibition at Estancia Mall

In a convergence of artistic brilliance and technological innovation, ATIN Global Inc. and Globe proudly present “Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition” at Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, Pasig City. Until September 30, 2023, this unparalleled multi-sensory experience brings Michelangelo’s masterpieces to life, liberating them from the confines of the Sistine Chapel’s lofty ceilings.

Embark on a journey that transcends time and space, where the past meets the present, and art pulsates with vitality. “Il Divino,” Michelangelo, acclaimed as The Divine One by his contemporaries, is brought to you in a groundbreaking exhibition that has captivated audiences globally, from New York to Shanghai, London to Melbourne, Vienna to Los Angeles, and now, making its Southeast Asian debut in the heart of the Philippines.

The exhibition features 34 iconic frescoes, including “The Last Judgment” and “The Creation of Adam,” meticulously displayed at eye level for an unprecedented encounter with divine figures, dynamic compositions, and expressive faces. Accompanying the visual spectacle is ambient Renaissance music curated by Manila Symphony Orchestra conductor Marlon Chan, and special scents crafted by Sabrina Co, Founder of ATIN Inc., creating an immersive experience that transcends the boundaries of traditional art exhibitions.

Yoly Crisanto, Globe Group Chief Sustainability and Corporate Communications Officer, remarked, “The exhibit is a testament to the power of art and technology to transport us to another place and time. It’s a celebration of human creativity in art and technology.”

Sabrina Co further added, “From the sights, sounds, and scents, we want to transport them to Rome. We really made sure to bring our visitors an experience as close as possible to being in the Sistine Chapel itself.”

But the magic doesn’t end with the frescoes. Designed to be a fun-filled and Instagrammable affair for all ages, this unique exhibition encourages visitors to capture the moment. Unlike the actual Sistine Chapel, where photography is prohibited, here, you are encouraged to take photos and videos to your heart’s content. From wall-mounted fluorescent angel wings to photo booths and the curated Caffe Michelangelo, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

In a remarkable blend of art appreciation and philanthropy, a portion of the proceeds from every ticket sale will benefit The Hapag Movement, a Globe-led initiative combating involuntary hunger. It’s a chance to indulge in the beauty of art while contributing to a noble cause.

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