After a couple of stopovers in Bruxelles and Malaga, the exhibition titled “Painting after the postmodernist era”, curated by American art historian Barbara Rose, reaches Caserta. The sumptuous Vanvitellian Palace, the last triumph of Italian Baroque style, declared a UNESCO heritage site in 1997, currently hists the dreamy and poetic world of over 100 paintings by well-known American, Belgian, and Italian artists. The works, placed on trestles purposely distancing the paintings from the ancient walls, are illuminated by iGuzzini Front Light
projectors, which combine maximum flexibility with high visual comfort.
The Opti Beam Lens and Opti Beam Reflector technologies, and the wide range of optical and photometric accessories available, make the projectors extremely versatile and suitable for the variety of paintings exhibited. The Opti Beam Lens produces an extremely concentrated light cone (SS) with sharp edges, completely free of the double-ring effect. On the other hand, the interchangeable Opti Beam refractors open up the beam to medium, flood, and wide-flood levels, while the reflectors produce higher flux values. The high colour rendering index (> 80) makes the product particularly suitable for museum applications.