After almost six months of anticipation, the world’s most expensive painting — the Salvator Mundi — will be displayed at the Louvre Abu Dhabi on 18 September. The portrait painted by legendary artist Leonardo da Vinci was sold at an exorbitant S$613 million to the Saudi prince Bader bin Abdullah bin Farhan al-Saud. Taking into account its hefty price tag and famed creator, it will come as no surprise if this painting becomes a massive crowd-puller at the Louvre Abu Dhabi.
More on museums, Tokyo recently announced plans to open a digital-only museum in the upcoming week. No objects, nothing inanimate, just interactive and digital artworks through different monitors and projectors. This feels more like the 21st century, doesn’t it?
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