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Live at the National Gallery: Interpreting the Old Master Lorenzo Lotto

Published date
7 December 2018
Author
ccooper
Live at the National Gallery: Interpreting the Old Master Lorenzo Lotto

Taking inspiration from the Old Master Lorenzo Lotto Portraits exhibition showing at the National Gallery, BA Costume Design and Costume Interpretation students from Wimbledon College of Arts, UAL in collaboration with The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts have designed an immersive, costumed performance that will be presented live in the galleries against the original portraits on Friday 7 December.

Costume Design students have responded to the artefacts in the portraits to create dramatic and contemporary interpretations of the Renaissance themes; and Costume interpretation students have responded to the historical dress, detailing and silhouette within the pictures to create beautifully constructed and embellished realisations of the featured garments.

Celebrated as one of the greatest portraitists of the Italian Renaissance, Lorenzo Lotto Portraits is rated five stars by the Guardian and Evening Standard.


Showing Friday 7 December: 6-10pm
Ground Floor Galleries
The National Gallery
Free entry


Picture Gallery

All images courtesy of  BA Costume Design and BA Costume Interpretation, Wimbledon College of Arts, UAL, The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts and The National Gallery.