PINACOTECA DI BRERA
This temporary exhibition in the Brera Museum was dedicated to Pushkin and to a deeper study of the Impressionist painters and Metis was entrusted with the development of a dedicated temporary lighting installation. However, the fact that it would be temporary, didn’t in any way led to any compromise in terms of quality and complexity in the lighting details.
The central lighting gesture was the correct illumination of the paintings and an attempt to reduce the visibility of the lighting fixtures for a better visual experience for the visitor. For obtaining this result, adjustable projectors with halogen dichroic lamps were installed behind the pelmet which is mounted over every painting.