The Michelangelo Code: Science, Not Fiction

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After 25 years of research, an Italian scholar has cracked the secret code to Michelangelo's work. For the first time, he will be holding conferences for the press, in New York, during the third week of March to talk about his amazing discovery.

are art enthusiasts, our programs are tailored both for discerning art lovers and for artists in the closet. We offer great programs, great food, great fun at a surprisingly affordable price.

Dr. Angelo Boccardelli, an influential Italian artist, a diplomat and a scholar of renaissance art, will be in New York March 14, 15 and 16 to present, for the first time, his discovery of the "Michelangelo Code."

He will demonstrate, with historic documents and a slide presentation, a new way to read the work of Michelangelo Buonarroti, one of the greatest renaissance artists.

"The Da Vinci code has awakened interest in finding the inner meaning, the secret information, other messages hidden in works of art. The result of my research, will shed light and will open doors to a new way to understand Michelangelo, and any other great master," says Dr. Boccardelli, the President of Fondazione Giacomo Maria Ugolini-Ambasciatore, international free University devoted to the study of the mystery of man and the development of human potential.

Boccardelli's foundation is based in the Republic of San Marino, and in Monteporzio Catone, near Rome, at Villa Vecchia (http://www.villavecchia.it), a patrician villa, a residence bought in 1575 by the Farnese Family and restored by Vignola, one of the greatest Italian Architects of 16th century Mannerism. Villa Vecchia, once a retreat of Pope Gregorious XIII and the Farnese, now is a boutique hotel where international art lovers spend quality time attending seminars led by top Italian experts, with Michelangelo and Italian Renaissance as the central focus.

"Our guests," says Boccardelli, "are art enthusiasts, our programs are tailored both for discerning art lovers and for artists in the closet. We offer great programs, great food, great fun at a surprisingly affordable price."

Dr. Boccardelli will be in New York from March 13 to the 21 and will be available for interviews: please schedule by calling 212-780-7526

The Michelangelo code, science, not fiction

Press Conferences to be to be held in New York:

  • On Wednesday March 14th, 2007 at 5.30 p.m.

Italian Government Tourist Board

630 Fifth Avenue Suite 1565

Contact: Francesco Brazzini: 212-245-5182

  • On Thursday, March 15, at 5.30 p.m.

Italy America Chamber of Commerce

730 Fifth Avenue, Suite 600

New York, NY 10019

Contact: Amie Servino: 212-459-0044

  • On Friday, March 16, 2007 at 11 a.m.

Italian American Museum

28 West 44th Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY

Contact: Maria Fosco 212.541.1021

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