AGO's Michelangelo: Quest for Genius Exhibition ReviewEven geniuses feel like failures and have bad days. That's what the AGO is trying to portray in one of their newest exhibits Michelangelo: Quest for Genius.
|Studies for the Head of Lena for the painting Leda and the Swan, around 1530|
|Study of Legs, 1524-1525|
|Study for the Portia Pia in Rome, around 1561|
|Plan for the Church of San Giovanni dei Fiorentini in Rome, 1559-1560|
|A Virtual-Reality Video Rendition of The Church of San Giovanni dei Fiorentini in Rome from Michelangelo's Plans|
|Cleopatra, around 1532-1533|
|Madonna and Child, around 1524|
|Nude Seen From The Back, 1504-1505|
Michelangelo: Quest for Genius is running until January 11, 2015. Please visit AGO for more information. And while visiting the AGO, don't forget to check out the amazing Alex Colville exhibit which ends soon!
P.s!: One of the drawings is from the AGO's permanent collection. Also, even though this is a ticketed exhibition, Wednesday nights is free general admission, so you would only have to pay the admission price to the exhibit!
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