At this event, Aboca Editions will exhibit copies of the facsimile editions of:
"De prospectiva pingendi", "De ludo scachorum" and "De viribus quantitatis".
09:00 am - 01:00 pm
Franco Marrocco, Director of the Brera Academy
Matteo Martelli, President of the "Mario Pancrazi" Study Centre
09:30: Francesca Chieli - art historian - "Architectonic culture in Milan in the Renaissance between philologists, collectors and artists"
10:00: Alessandra Angelini - Brera Academy - "The capital letters of De divina proportione"
10:30: Alessandro Sanvito - Italian Chess Federation - "Fra Luca the chess master"
11:30: Antonio Ciurleo, Alberto Maria Prina - Brera Academy - "The city, the theatre" 12:00: Paola Magnaghi-Delfino, Tullia Norando - Milan Polytechnic - "Geometries of the Vitruvian Man in the capital letters of Luca Pacioli"
12:30: Sabrina Sforza Galizia - Vatican Library - "Astronomy: the secret perspective of Pacioli and Leonardo" 01:00 pm: Lunch
02:00 - 05:00: Chaired by Giulio Cesare Maggi, President of the "Fratelli di San Francesco" Foundation
02:30: Argante Ciocci - science historian - "Luca Pacioli and the Divina Proportione"
03:00: Carlo Maccagni - science historian - "Euclide, Pacioli and Leonardo"
03:30: Gianfranco Cavazzoni - University of Perugia - "Fra Luca: professor in medieval technical schools ("scuole d'abaco") and at University"
04:00: Maurizio De Caro - Architect and architectural theorist - "Renaissance man and the spirit of geometry: traces of Luca Pacioli in the planning procedures of Le Corbusier"
A cura di: Giuliano Tessera, Matteo Martelli, Alberto M. Prina (Arts-T)
The publications by Aboca Editions are available at the following Partner Bookshops:
Libreria Internazionale Ulrico Hoepli, Via Hoepli, 5. T. 02 86487.1
Libreria della Natura, Corso Magenta, 48. T. 02 48003159